Boyd Gets OK to Monetize in New Jersey, Tepper Gets a Boost

Boyd Gets OK to Monetize in New Jersey, Tepper Gets a Boost

Today’s daily gainers are Boyd Gaming Corporation (NYSE:BYD), Hewlett-Packard Company (NYSE:HPQ), CVR Energy, Inc. (NYSE:CVI) and daily losers are Bio-Reference Laboratories Inc (NASDAQ:BRLI), Voltari Corp (NASDAQ:VLTC), Emerald Oil Inc (NYSEMKT:EOX).

David Tepper wins with Boyd Gaming

Today’s daily gainer is Boyd Gaming Corporation (NYSE:BYD). The gaming company climbed +9.94% to $11.50 when the company announced that they have been authorized to offer real-money online gaming to the public in New Jersey. Billionaire David Tepper holds 803,000 shares (0.18% of his fund), acquired at $7.57 each.

Sabrepoint Capital Is Shorting SPACs For 2021

investSabrepoint Capital Partners was up 16.18% for the fourth quarter, bringing its full-year return to 27.49% for 2020. The S&P 500 Total Return Index gained 17.4% during the year. The fund with $300 million in assets under management reports that its long positions contributed 55.2% to its 2020 return, while its shorts subtracted 16.7%. Q4 Read More

The second company in our daily gainers is Hewlett-Packard Company (NYSE:HPQ). It’s up +9.05% to $27.36 after presenting a better-than-expected Q3 earnings report. Ray Dalio bought 832,000 shares for $24.23 last quarter, composing 0.15% of his holdings. George Soros has a position in HPQ as well. The investor purchased 23,000 shares for $24.23 (0.01% of his fund) last quarter.

The last company on our daily gainers list today is CVR Energy, Inc. (NYSE:CVI). The stock rose +8.85% to $38.97. Billionaire Carl Icahn holds 71.2 million shares, which represents 11.13% of his fund. The stakeholder paid an average price of $21.91 per asset.

Daily Losers

Topping off our daily losers list today is Bio-Reference Laboratories Inc (NASDAQ:BRLI). The healthcare stock dipped -21.68% to $29.55 after the firm presented a pessimistic guidance for its Q4 earnings. Tiger Global Management holds 720,000 shares (0.36% of its holdings), acquired for an average $27.81.

Following Bio-Reference Laboratories, Inc, is Voltari Corp (NASDAQ:VLTC). The telecommunication firm dropped -6.15% to $4.12. Investor Carl Icahn holds 678,000 shares, representing 0.01% of his portfolio. He picked up his shares last quarter for $5.40 each.

The last stock in our daily list of losers is Emerald Oil Inc (NYSEMKT:EOX). The oil company is down -4.79%, hitting $7.15. Last quarter, George Soros bought 126,000 shares for $7.28 (0.01% of his fund).

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