Due To Popular Demand, Here Is JAT Capital's Stock Portfolio

Tyler Durden's picture

In the aftermath of the wipe outs in former momo-stars Netflix and First Solar, for some inexplicable reason, we have been flooded with demands to present an updated portfolio of one JAT Capital Management. Always willing to oblige, here are the top 25 holdings.

Source: CapitalIq

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Zola's picture

Priceline dump, here we come ?

slaughterer's picture

JAT is a facade organization for the NYFED.   

NotApplicable's picture

Thanks, I was wondering who JAT was.

Divided States of America's picture

the guys who run JAT are probably all related to Robo 'Momo' Trader who is now currently pissing his pants as his account balance nosedives.

Divided States of America's picture

Some effin clown had nothing better to do and just junked all the messages on this page...is that you Robo??? Having an anxiety breakdown??

Hard1's picture

Lately making a killing if you own puts on many of these!!

Don Birnam's picture

At first glance, this looked very much like the 2011 iteration of "Winners of the New World."

What a dung heap.

Clueless Economist's picture

Wow, I should never have listened to Jim Cramer!!!

I bought NFLX @ $280 when he recommended it.  He looked like a genius when it hit $300.

Should I sell or wait for it to get back to $280?

Amish Hacker's picture

Cramer didn't tell you when to sell? This is not the first time he's done that.

TruthInSunshine's picture

Clueless Economist - since you're asking an idiotic question, wait until the no or little barrier to entry competitors of NFLX (Amazon, Google, Comcast, etc. come along with their own services, many that own the infrastructure that digital content is streamed over or sell the content and even own the content that is streamed [neither of which can be said of NFLX]) drive NFLX's price down to $10 before selling.

That way, you will be able to forever brag that you at least got out before it went to $0.

J 457's picture

I think he says buy Dominos Pizza- DPZ.  Only like 1.5 billion debt.  Is that good.  Cramer says ok.

NotApplicable's picture

Why, does not everyone like pizza?

knukles's picture

Oh, now I get it!
It's a hedge fund and he held Green Mountain Coffee to hedge his Upside Risk.


PulauHantu29's picture

"Never a better time to buy a house then now, "Clueless. Why not complete the cirlce of doom....add the RE to your NFLX portfolio.

YesWeKahn's picture

It is still better than some of us who bought FAZ at 70 and stuck to it forever.

Irish66's picture

Does this not feel like controlled destruction

Robot Traders Mom's picture

No, it does not.

-Dick Cheney

Black Forest's picture

Extremely sustainable and well-founded positions to the highest degree.

dwdollar's picture

Steers now (or soon)...

The Axe's picture

Holy shit..a list like that would have me on the shitter with a bottle of scotch.....

NotApplicable's picture

That's because you don't have a magic checkbook with the ability to move "markets."

danger close here's picture

wow that is a scary fking portfolio. alpha beta to the max

Amish Hacker's picture

Figure a $19 million loss today, just on the NFLX.

optimator's picture

Probably sold and shorted it a few days ago.

GoldmanBaggins's picture

monkeys throwing shit at the CNBC ticker could come up with a better portfolio

azusgm's picture

Calling Raven! Raven, please come help the folks at JAT. They lack your stockpicking skills.


azengrcat's picture

Wow this is reminisent of the Eagles Dream Team!

drivenZ's picture

wow, that's like a who's who of popular herd stocks...LNKD's gotta be number 26

afdestruction's picture

Over 30% of their port in consumer discretionary stocks. Obviously they don't think theres any chance of a recession....

Sequitur's picture

What a shit portfolio. Half those companies "make money" by dicking around with the books.

Poetic injustice's picture

Isn't that the main source of income for most of US companies nowadays?

jcaz's picture

Dammit, my 3-yr old is managing portfolios again.....

azusgm's picture

The eTrade baby is in charge.

gwar5's picture

I looked twice, I still can't find Enron.


Waterfallsparkles's picture

OMG they have all of the High Rollers.  Like Nflx, Open Tabel, Green Mountain, Priceling, Lulu lemon.

Suprised they do not own CMG.

They sure drank the Cool Aid.

Looks like someone wants to take them DOWN.  Or Blow them Up.

Who is JAT Capital?

Nigh Eve's picture

I didn't know either until a few minutes ago.   Apparently, JAT is short for John A. Thaler.  This article from Reuters (at link below), from a few days ago, seems to provide a good brief summary of why they have been getting extra attention recently.


0cz's picture

JAT lack of Capital

ghostfaceinvestah's picture

Is that where RobotTrader works?

sheeple2012's picture

JAT - Jumped Another Turd

mjk0259's picture

This must be the short positions

FLUSA.com's picture

Soooo...all that tech and no Google, Apple or MSFT....they try to shoot for the moon

andrew123's picture

The last report from JAT was that they were up 31% through Sept (http://www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/article.cgi?f=/g/a/2011/10/12/bloomberg_articlesLSXE766K50Y0.DTL)


Does anyone know some of their shorts?

knukles's picture

Probably include brown skidmarks as of today.

Up 31%, eh?
Have they done the Olde Hedge Fund Silo Routine with the real dogs?  Or is that called something different these days?  In the real old old days when men were men and owned up to their nimbers, it was called fucking with your returns.

Odin's picture

Get ready, here come the inevitable algo rally at 3pm!