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Viking Returns $8 Billion To Investors As CIO Departs

Viking Global Investors, one of the world's largest hedge funds founded in 1999 by Andreas Halvorsen, is returning about $8 billion to investors as CIO Daniel Sundheim departs to pursue his own business interests, Bloomberg reports.

The First Crack Appears In The Second Tech Bubble

In the loudest alarm yet that the second tech bubble may be about to pop, investors pulled more than $716 million from the most popular tech ETF - the XLK- last week, its largest weekly outflow in over a year.

RBC: Welcome To "The Insanity Loop"

"It's a classic 'pennies in front of a stream-roller' / 'negative skew' return profile - a Taleb distribution...The problem is….IT KEEPS WORKING, because market expectations for rates / curves / inflation expectations remain D.O.A., which perversely keeps the major global central banks 'reflexively easy'..."

"Mystery" Central Bank Buyer Revealed, Goes On Q1 Buying Spree

While traders and investors were struck by the perplexing price action in the market in the first few months of the year, where on one hand institutions were dumping stocks at a near-record pace even as the S&P was making fresh all time highs, one central bank was quietly buying everything in sight....

Buffett Boosts Apple Holdings To 133 Million Shares In 2017, Becomes Top 5 Holder

Berkshire Chairman and CEO Warren Buffett told Becky Quick this morning that he more than doubled his already massive holdings in Apple between the start of 2017 and the tech company's most recent earnings report, and now owns 133 million shares, 2.5% of the outstanding stock, and is now a Top 5 holder of the company's public stock.

13-F Summary: Who Bought And Sold What In The Fourth Quarter

Yesterday's barrage of 13F releases showed that hedge funds like Third Point, Eton Park and Blue Ridge piled into shares of major banks, David Tepper's Appaloosa jumped into the pharma sector starting new positions in Teva, Pfizer and Mylan while Buffett aggressively added to airline steaks and nearly quadrupled his Apple position to $7.7 billion. Here is a full breakdown of who bought what in the fourth quarter.