The Mystery Of Einhorn

The Journal has a nice article about David Einhorn today, making the point that he can move stocks with the sheer power of his disapproval. Not even disapproval, really; a raised eyebrow will suffice, as it did for HerbaLife. Imagine his parenting skills.

Here is a chart from the Journal and I guess you win a cookie if you can tell me how it’s calculated:

But you get the gist: on average (er, median), an Einhorn seal of disapproval lops 4.9% off a company’s market cap in one day, and 13% in a month. You can argue that he is just excellent at picking stocks that are about to drop precipitously, but the repeated one-day success seems like pretty clear evidence that the market is reacting to, rather than independently fulfilling, his predictions.

So, first off: this is a great skill to have! I think that in part because I am very lazy and have always imagined a hedge fund manager’s job as being to come into the office, point at a stock, say “that one,” and go home for the year while the stock he picked makes him rich. I don’t think it works that way, though; stocks tend to move for reasons in the external world unrelated to your simple desire to make yourself rich, so you have to spend your days, like, doing research and stuff. But when your desire to get rich off a stock pick makes it so, that is metaphysically delightful.

It’s particularly delightful for a short seller. (Though also: sort of puzzling for a short seller.) We’ve talked before about a paradox of short selling where:

  • if you have a good idea for improving a company, you buy the stock and say so, and maybe they’ll do it and you’ll get rich, but
  • if you have a good idea for making a company worse, you can’t short the stock and say so, since no one will do it, and
  • more broadly, if you think a company is doing a fine job of getting worse all on its own, you can’t short its stock and be like “look at how terrible this company is,” because then they’ll fix the terrible things and the stock will go up and you’ll lose money.

This should in theory confine short selling to outright frauds and hopeless cases, though that theory is confounded by enough persistent mismanagement and/or irrational market valuations so that you can grind out a living. But it’s hard work, and lacking in the natural feedback mechanisms that make, say, a Warren Buffett seal of approval intrinsically valuable on the long side. So self-fulfillingness is quite a shortcut.

It’s such a great skill that if I were David Einhorn I’d be sorely tempted to monetize it. Of course he does – he tends to short stocks before saying mean things about them, though not always, as in the case of HerbaLife, where he destroyed 30% of shareholder value in a month and doesn’t seem to have made a dime off of it. But he limits himself to economically rational short positions on stocks that he’s actually, y’know, researched and found wanting.

Aren’t there better strategies? Here’s one: instead of shorting and saying nasty things about X stocks per year, short and say nasty things about, say, X*Y stocks per year. X of these are researched and found wanting; the other X*(Y-1) are half-assed. (Hire a half-assed analyst to plagiarize research and write up some nasty comments.) I think this works thusly:

  • Markets figure out that you’ve lost a bit of your touch and so its effect dissipates somewhat;
  • But markets can’t easily figure out which calls are right and which are half-assed, since if they could prices would have already adjusted to reflect that;1
  • So the near-term effect is, say, reduced from a ~5% to ~5%/Y one-day drop, proportional to the increase in number of calls; but
  • You still get out of your half-assed positions at a profit on that drop, while keeping the “real” shorts until prices adjust to your (hypothetically correct) fundamental call. (Maybe you even add to the “real” shorts, which will be less expensive given the smaller near-term drop.)

If you have faith in your short calls, this shouldn’t cost you anything on those, while adding free value on your half-assed picks. Picking Y is then a creepy optimization problem.

Here’s another one: sell advance notice of your disapproval. The order of operations is like (1) short company’s stock, (2) tell a few subscribers that you’re planning to say mean things about company, (3) say mean things about company. Oh also (0) sell subscriptions for zillions of dollars, where the subscriber comes after you but before the public. These subscriptions would obviously be valuable; the Einhorn effect seems to be about 50% bigger than the effect of earnings surprises, and people have gone to jail for years for trying to get those surprises.

Of course the natural reaction is that you’d go to jail for buying or selling the Einhorn subscription, but why? Is it insider trading? Put aside whether Einhorn’s disapproval is “inside information” – it’s not, he’s not an insider, but the prohibition is really on trading on “material nonpublic information,” and before he announces his disapproval it is arguably both material and nonpublic. But the rule – at least in America – forbids trading on material nonpublic information “in breach of a fiduciary duty or other relationship of trust and confidence,” and it’s hard to figure out where that duty would come from in this case.2 My guess is that the Greenlight Newsletter would be perfectly legal, much like the Felix Salmon Scoops Service would be.

Here’s a third strategy: sell protection. You only have so much capital you want to risk on shorting stock, and only so many stocks you want to short. But there are so many other stocks! I mean, there are 19 publicly traded multilevel marketing companies3 alone; surely none of them want David Einhorn poking around their conference calls. And perhaps he’s not planning to poke around their conference calls but you never – well, hang on, this is delicate. Let me put it this way: I have a feeling that if David Einhorn were to offer his services as a board consultant – one who was forbidden by virtue of that consulting position from buying or selling stock – to multilevel marketing, say, or real-estate-development or coffee-making companies, there would be a lot of demand for those services. Those high-priced, not very labor-intensive services.

I’m not entirely serious about any of these things – I think they’d stand a good chance of dissipating the Einhorn effect, and I’m not sure they really lever his skills more than just shorting bad stocks does. But there’s a concept in the law of “the mystery of blackmail”: it’s legal to reveal negative information about someone, it’s legal not to, and it’s legal to ask someone for money, but it’s not legal to ask someone for money in exchange for not revealing negative information about them. Unless it is – in the context of settling a threatened lawsuit, for instance: the mystery of blackmail is one that can often be cleared up by hiring a good lawyer. The David-Einhorn-as-board-consultant scheme partakes, I think, of the mystery of blackmail: offering his services as a consultant with a wink is legal; offering them with a threat is not.

The subscription service partakes of the mystery of insider trading: information about Einhorn’s intentions is secret and arguably more material than information about earnings surprises, but disclosing it selectively probably isn’t illegal insider trading. Even the strategy of shorting stocks you haven’t actually researched touches on some deep mysteries: people of course do it all the time, but if you laid it out as a business plan like I did above – explicitly taking advantage of copycats who trade on your announcements – you’d surely be guilty of (the rather nebulous offense of) market manipulation. That would be true even if your half-assed research was more thorough than what most people put into their best-thought-out stock picks.

All of these things would, I think, be legal and profitable in a certain light, and illegal in another, with the call being closer than you might expect. Which is probably a good enough reason not to do them. Especially if you can make so much money just by saying negative things and being right about them.

A Mighty Wind: Sizing Up Fund Manager’s Sway [WSJ]

1. In other words, the Einhorn effect can’t simply consist of Einhorn pointing out what everyone would have figured out on their own, because then they would have figured it out. Instead it has to have some real (herd-following) content, of people selling stock because Einhorn did rather than because they instantaneously knew he was right. Instructive on this point is this article, claiming that not only are copycats incapable of evaluating Einhorn’s underlying reasoning, they are sometimes incapable of evaluating whether he actually bought the stock.

2. His fiduciary duties to Greenlight investors? I don’t see it – if subscribers get the information after Einhorn puts on a position, that helps Greenlight LPs rather than hurting them – but in any case could be fixed by explicitly allowing this in the LP agreement.

3. I don’t exactly vouch for that list, which amusingly includes Berkshire Hathaway (not counted in my 19).

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127 Responses to “The Mystery Of Einhorn”

  1. Guest says:

    I'm surprised there wasn't a footnote in the chart caption

  2. Matt's Mom says:

    Matt, didn't I always say it wasn't nice to mock the other children who couldn't make charts as well as you? Now I hope the chart maker at the WSJ doesn't go and commit ritual suicide like that Japanese boy back in your 10th grade science class did. Also, prediction on the optimal ratio of honeys to apples was off again this year, so stop and get some more apples on your way home from work, thanks.

  3. J. "Sandwich" Simons says:

    If you had made figuring out how they calculated the chart worth a visit from the sandwich fairy and a couple Newports maybe I'd try, but just a cookie, sorry, not interested Matt.

  4. UBS says:

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  5. Sean says:

    Einhorn is Finkle, Finkle is EINHORN

  6. guest1 says:

    Reindex each company's stock price at the time of announcement and calculate percent change prior to and after off of that point in time.

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    Splits & dividends.
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  9. Snoopaloop says:

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  10. güest says:

    Matty-o, it says so on the WSJ page! (maybe they edited it afterwards?): Returns are adjusted for S&P performance

    – Attention to detail quant

  11. 2 cubes over says:

    I love filling my days with like research and shtuff…

  12. AIG Quant via LEH says:

    Einhorny. Yeah baby!

  13. Matt's Mom says:

    Matt I want you inside the house now, its getting very windy!

  14. Augie March says:

    Einhorn was the first superior man I ever knew.

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    -Take the bull by the Einhorns.

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  17. Tinfoil Hat says:

    There many people (including some of my relatives) who think that any trade other than a long-term, naked long position should be banned as eeeeevil speculation. Some of those people hold positions of importance in our government and its agencies. Einhorn is certainly an eeeevil short seller. How soon until we see SEC v. Einhorn on the following theory: He's so good at picking stocks that he moves markets. Because he moves markets, when he knows what he is going to trade, that is material information. It is also non-public. Therefore, he is prohibited from trading on it.

    Buffett won't face the same as he is an heroic long-position taker.

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