Lone Pine Misses The Big ShortMark Melin
On January 16, as Dave Craver, Mala Gaonkar, Kelly Granat and Steve Mandel sending out the Lone Pine Capital letter to investors, the observed that the Long / Short hedge fund was “modestly less short” for several reasons. After a “poor fourth quarter,” where both long and shorts were hit, the Lone Pine investment team was looking for better days. What followed shortly after they sent the letter was a volatility-driven stock market price readjustment that would . . .
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