The top holder in several companies, the hedge fund's abrupt liquidation has contributed to weakness.
I found two very interesting takeaways from Monday's sharp market reversal.
TINA (there is no alternative) is dateless, but her popular cousin CITA (cash is the alternative) is enjoying the prom.
Pershing Square, which the public has the opportunity to buy into, has outperformed the market the past few years through its uniquely structured plays and high conviction ideas.
Activist investors say a three-way division of the Japanese company is yet another effort to evade outside pressure and keep management in place.
That's hard to say, though the next few months could answer that question.
I see a pop in this name that was hit by the hedge fund saga -- here's how to play it.
Has the dire need for human involvement in the process of price discovery ever been more obvious?
The blow-up of a fund last Friday is causing repercussions, but it is simply accelerating corrective action that was already underway.
It has become the market equivalent of the storming of the Capitol, and the viciousness must stop.