SLIDESHOW: Whale Watchers Pile In As Hedge Funds File 13Fs; Many Funds Showing QoQ Declines
Wednesday marked the last day Wall Street's hedge-fund managers could have filed their 13Fs for the latest quarter.
"Whale watchers," a term coined by financial media sources for those who love to following these high-profile traders into positions, have been tuned into the SEC's EDGAR website over the last few days awaiting quarterly results from the likes of Warren Buffett, Carl Icahn, David Einhorn and John Paulson.
Below are some highlights from the filings. (At the time of the publishing of this article, Buffett's Berkshire had not yet hit.)
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