Famous investors’ winners and losers offor September 24th 2013….
The following are the stocks that gained the most today. Daily Gainers: Angie’s List Inc (NASDAQ:ANGI), Take-Two Interactive Software, Inc. (NASDAQ:TTWO), Kamada Ltd (NASDAQ:KMDA).
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The daily gainer today is Angie’s List Inc (NASDAQ:ANGI), which operates a consumer-driven solution for its members to research, hire, rate, and review local professionals for home, health care, and automotive service needs. The company is the stock with the best performance today with a gain of +7.96% ($24.82). The billionaire George Soros owns more than a million shares that account for 0.32% of his fund. The investor acquired 600k shares during the third quarter of 2012, another 200k in the fourth quarter and finally 200k in the first quarter of 2013. Soros paid an average price of $12.02.
The Carl Icahn’s portfolio has shown an excellent performance
The second company in the daily gainers is Take-Two Interactive Software, Inc. (NASDAQ:TTWO), a firm that develops, publishes, and markets interactive entertainment for consumers worldwide. TTWO had an excellent performance today with a +5.11% ($18.11). The company which created the famous video game, Grand Theft Auto (GTA), last week launched the fifth edition of that game and in 3 days passed the billion dollars in sales. Today the firm announced that in october they are going to present the online system together with the PC version. Carl Icahn is the billionaire who was benefited by this announcement. The investor holds more than 12 millions shares (0.84% of his portfolio), and he purchased them at an average price of $11.99. The Carl Icahn’s portfolio has shown an excellent performance in the last three years, his fund increased +98.17%, while SP 500 only +52.82%. To learn more about Carl Icahn visit his Carl Icahn’s profile.
Finally, Kamada Ltd (NASDAQ:KMDA), a biopharmaceutical company, joined the daily gainer after a +5.91% ($15.27) performance. John Paulson is the billionaire tracked by iBillionaire with more exposure in the company. As of June 2013, the investor holds 750k shares, which represents a 0.06% of his portfolio. Paulson paid an average price of $10.48, and his position has gained +43.44% according to iBillionaire. To learn more about the stocks that these and other Billionaires own visit www.iBillionaire.me
Red Hat Inc. (RHT) lost 11.22% of its value today after reporting second quarter earnings.
The following are the stocks that lose the most today. Daily Losers: Red Hat Inc (NYSE:RHT), Enphase Energy Inc (NASDAQ:ENPH), Calumet Specialty Products Partners, L.P (NASDAQ:CLMT).
Red Hat Inc (NYSE:RHT), a company that provides open source software solutions primarily to enterprise customers worldwide, has a weakly performance today with a -11.22% ($5.24). According to Bloomberg, the company fell after reporting second-quarter billings that did not match with analysts’ estimates. The billionaire affected by this movement was George Soros who is the owner of 150k shares (0.08% of his portfolio) after selling almost a million shares last quarter. The investor has purchased every share at an average price of $52.95.
Enphase Energy Inc (NASDAQ:ENPH), is a clean energy developer company, that is in the daily losers since its shares’ fell -4.11% ($8.17). Third Point Capital manager, Daniel Loeb, owns more than 7 millions of shares (1.30% of his portfolio), which were bought at an average price of $6.89 during the second quarter of 2012.
The last company in the daily losers is Calumet Specialty Products Partners, L.P (NASDAQ:CLMT), a producer of fuel products in the USA, whose shares dropped -4.08% today ($28.67). The fall was due to the downgrad by Credit Suisse from “neutral” to “underperform”. David Tepper, the manager of Appaloosa Management LP, is the billionaire mostly affected by this news. The investor sold 852k from March 2012 to now, nowadays he holds 437k shares (0.23% of his fund) bought at an average price of $18.14. To learn more about the stocks that these and other Billionaires own visit www.iBillionaire.me.