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CNBC reports that the legendary investor is now long a meaningful stake. Break in: According to CNBC, Soros is now long a meaningful stake in Herbalife (HLF).
Shares are no longer available to borrow. As most can plainly see, there is a major short squeeze developing in Herbalife (HLF) now. The shares of Herbalife are no longer available to borrow. This is why one of my basic tenets in short selling is to...
John Carter of Simpler Options discusses closing orders in NYX, the next levels for TSLA along with setups in HLF, GLD & USO.
Let's start by taking a peek at the overnight and early-morning price action of the major asset classes. The rundown: S&P futures -4; Nasdaq futures -; Nikkei schmeissed for second day in a row, -3% and at the lowest level in three weeks (is Abe ret...
Today's features are Herbalife and Green Mountain Coffee Roasters. The short squeezes continue to grow. Today's features are Herbalife (HLF) and Green Mountain Coffee Roasters (GMCR).
Stocks set to rebound after days of selling as Lennar earnings show signs of growing home orders. Neiman's will go public and Herbalife tanks.
Let's review. My look back at the week's daily diary highlights borrows its title from a popular 1960s BBC comedy show hosted by David Frost. Monday began with a song (or my version), "Mr. Market Keeps Singing a Happy Song," in which I summarized fu...
Here are some examples of today's high-octane reversals. When do the hogs get slaughtered? At a certain point, investors will wake up and realize what they own and how highly the stocks are valued. Below are some examples of high-octane reversals to...
Apple's CEO Committee, Adelson's auditor and more Herbalife hilarity highlight Gregg Greenberg's 5 Dumbest Things on Wall Street This Week.
Jim Cramer advises avoiding Herbalife as a trade, instead he tells TheStreet's Debra Borchardt investors should focus on Tupperware.
Corruption at Corrections Corp., Carnival's bruises and a 5 Dumbest shout-out to Boston are among Gregg Greenberg's standouts this week.
These two inexpensive stocks will likely also benefit from this renowned investor advocate's activism.
Ron Johnson's exit, Herbalife lunacy and Ben Bernanke's fat finger are among the dumb items on Gregg Greenberg's agenda this week.
Digging into the nutrition food chain turns up this solid Dutch-based name that flies under the radar.
Stocks flip-flop around the Herbalife and J.C. Penney dramas, while Keryx shines for bulls. TheStreet's Debra Borchardt has details.
A closer look at the biggest new positions for Dan Loeb's Third Point.
Big funds try to make themselves right rather than accepting the risk and realities.
I am big believer in using bull call spreads when pessimistic about market direction.
Round one goes to Icahn; round two goes to Ackman. I gave round one to Carl Icahn, but I have to give round two to Bill Ackman in light of the fact that Herbalife's (HLF) shares are down a full $10 since the gap following the Icahn filing.
Contributor Ken Shreve takes a look at upcoming economic data and some earnings reports for the week of Feb. 18