ByHebba Investments:Based on its most recent 13-F filing (reported 12/31/2011), Soros Fund Management (SFM) has reduced its position in GLD by 50%, from 1,320,400 shares to 600,000 shares in the past quarter.
By Sean Weston:The Soros Fund Management, which famed billionaire investor George Soros founded in the late 60's, and fellow billionaire John Paulson's hedge fund, two of the most watched and emulated funds there are, have been sending some strong signals to the investing world about precious metals recently.
By Insider Monkey: John Paulson is the most successful hedge fund manager of the past four years. He made $4 billion by betting against subprime mortgage investments in 2007 and another $5 billion by betting on gold and the recovery of the economy in 2010 (see Paulson’s entire portfolio here).
ETF Database submits: Despite a relatively solid earnings season, anxiety continues to run high on Wall Street as elevated unemployment and sagging confidence stand as major obstacles to a continued economic recovery. As equity markets trend sideways and potential pitfalls materialize, many investors have moved slowly towards safe havens, preferring to watch from the sidelines until the storm clouds clear.
By Dividendinvestr:John Paulson is the founder and President of Paulson & Co. Paulson made $4 billion by betting against subprime mortgage investments in 2007 and another $5 billion by betting on gold and the recovery of the economy in 2010. Paulson & Co had 69 securities in its 13F portfolio valued at $13,85 billion at the end of December (see Paulson's entire portfolio here).
By FAF Research:John Paulson became famous in 2008, when he made billions shorting the real estate market. More recently he has taken well-publicized bullish calls on gold (via GLD). He is one of the most followed hedge fund managers on Wall Street and as such, his picks have a tendency to move the market. With that in mind, I reviewed his portfolio from whalewisdom.com.
Trader Mark submits:It's that time of year again. The time, once a quarter, when we get to see what the "gurus" are doing. This has become a favorite for the Wall Street community because, if there is one thing big money likes... it's groupthink!