It’s good to be able to afford to lose $460 million on a Reddit-driven short squeeze if, in fact, you are going to lose $460 million on a Reddit-driven short-squeeze.
So perfect, in fact, that it has no more need of Carl Icahn, nor he of it.
The Ackmanaissance comes to the perfect capitalist fantasy.
David Einhorn’s symptoms have been downgraded to mild.
The torch has been passed to a new generation, and at a steep discount.
While the winner of last week’s election may have mattered a great deal to the Third Point chief, he knew it wouldn’t to markets.
And he’s not about to take his first “L” of the Trump administration, unlike the outgoing commander-in-chief.
Getting rid of most 13Fs proves too unpopular even for someone with nothing to lose like Jay Clayton.
The SPAC craze goes terminal.
It’s just a lawsuit for now, but there are always the riveters and metal presses if that doesn’t work.
Billy is super-high on Lowe’s.
I mean, CNBC just totally stripped the nuance from that time he said “hell is coming” and “America will end as we know it” in a TV interview.
Can he interest you in a beautiful spot in the Nevada desert?
Any chance he’s eligible for whistleblower money on that $123 million settlement?
And would some of you hard-up corporate executives give the guy a call, for heaven’s sake?
And an enormous amount of time to talk to reporters.
Not that Stephanie Ruhle was having any of it.