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David Einhorn's hedge fund, Greenlight Capital, disclosed fresh positions in four stocks.
With nearly $800 million invested in the stock, Apple remains David Einhorn's top investment, but a he's buying up notable positions in some other companies, too.
Einhorn picked up new positions in Syngenta and others.
Reports of OPEC compliance on production cuts aren't doing much for oil price.
And be aware that the trade is already long in the tooth.
Despite the stock's 64% since October, it still has plenty of upside left.
For all the trepidation over a Trump administration, retail investors stayed squarely on the bullish side to start the year.
Board members affirmed their belief that CEO Klaus Kleinfeld is the man for the job, despite a looming proxy battle. But some of those directors could be easily swayed.
Even with limited price history, we can see this stock is on the rise.
Arconic CEO Klaus Kleinfeld is not going down without a fight.
Arconic gave slightly downbeat guidance for the 2017 first quarter, partly because its shareholders told it to, CEO Klaus Kleinfeld said.
Arconic CEO Klaus Kleinfeld defended his position in an interview on CNBC, claiming that he helped save the company after the 2008 crisis.
Jim Cramer says Trump may be willing to sacrifice inroads U.S. companies have made overseas to fight global trade wars.
Activist Elliott Management is pushing a slate of five directors to the board of the newly-independent component firm, which reported results that fell short of expectations on Tuesday
Arconic CEO Klaus Kleinfeld has some large shareholders upset about 'operational issues,' TheStreet's Jim Cramer said.
CEO Klaus Kleinfeld could be a target for shareholders who aren't happy with the stock's performance, Cramer said.
The aluminum products manufacturer, spun out of Alcoa last fall, has been under pressure from activists to improve margins. Investors are reportedly targeting CEO Klaus Kleinfeld as well.
Jim Cramer says an earnings-induced decline could be a buying opportunity for long-term Arconic investors.
One good rally was all it took for stocks to seal new records and for the Dow Jones Industrial Average to smash through its 20,000 mark.
One big driver for American Airlines: more Latin American travelers.
It finally did it. The Dow Jones Industrial Average smashed through 20,000 after hemming and hawing over the milestone.
After slaying its 20,000 milestone Wednesday morning, the Dow Jones Industrial Average extends gains through the afternoon to make a play for 20,100.
Jim Cramer says investors are betting the Trump Administration will be able to get China to stop dumping steel and that should help aluminum producer Alcoa.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average finally pushes past the 20,000 milestone after teetering close to that level weeks earlier.
A series of positive earnings on Wednesday morning set the Dow Jones Industrial Average up to close in on its 20,000 milestone.
Here are Wednesday's top research calls, including upgrades for Alcoa, CenturyLink and JetBlue, and a pair of downgrades for Verizon.