Presenting David Tepper's Holdings Bloodbath, As S&P Takes BAC Home Loan Servicing To The Woodshed
It seems like yesterday that David Tepper uttered the famous last words: "What will go up? EVERYTHING." Too bad, then, that one look at Mr. Appaloosa's holdings today shows a complete bloodbath (yes, don't adjust your monitor, that IS an 11 handle on BAC). Unless, of course, between June 30, and just after his now legendary CNBC interview, the Chatham, NJ-based hedge fun manager was actually selling his positions to the creme of the crop of CNBC viewer gullibility. But that would of course never happen. That said, we can't wait for his Q3 13F to be proven right. Oh, and John Paulson's recovery fund is fast approaching 2010 P&L lows.
And for all those wondering why BofA will soon revisit Mr. Paulson's cost basis of $9, here it is, fresh from the S&P printers:
Standard & Poor's
Ratings Services today placed its ABOVE AVERAGE residential prime,
subprime, special servicer, and subordinate-lien servicer rankings on
BAC Home Loans Servicing L.P. (BACHL) on CreditWatch with negative
implications. We have consolidated our rankings on Bank of America N.A.
and Countrywide Home Loans Servicing L.P., the predecessor companies
that merged to form BAC Home Loans Servicing L.P., to reflect their
post-integration status. Prior to the CreditWatch placements, our
outlooks on the servicers were stable. BACHL is a subsidiary of Bank of
America N.A. The CreditWatch placements follow a statement from Bank of
America announcing that it is delaying foreclosures in 23 states while
it investigates all related foreclosure affidavits for possible