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Paul Singer's Latest 13F Shows Big Changes In Apple, Western Digital

Paul Singer's Latest 13F Shows Big Changes In Apple, Western Digital
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On Tuesday, hedge fund manager and philanthropist Paul Singer's Elliott Management Corporation filed its quarterly 13F with the SEC, which is a disclosure of the fund's assets as well as its stake in those companies.

Comparing the filing to the fund's previous 13F shows an 122 percent increased stake in Apple Inc. (NASDAQ: AAPL), from 1,158,500 to 2,579,500 shares.

Related Link: 13F Roundup: Apple, Bank Of America And Other Stocks Hedge Funds Love/Hate

The fund dropped half of its stake in Western Digital Corp (NASDAQ: WDC), from 966,000 to 483,000 shares. It also dropped the entirety of its 6,331,000 shares in outdoor equipment retailer Cabelas Inc (NYSE: CAB).

Other major companies which Singer's fund holds stake in, such as NVIDIA Corporation (NASDAQ: NVDA) and Intel Corporation (NASDAQ: INTC), didn't see any change since the previous filing.

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