Billionaire Roundup: It’s A Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World Out There Edition

Well, now we have got a month of 2021 under our belts and so far there has been no time to decide whether this year is going to be better than 2020, because apart from coronoviruses to work on our own . The vaccine is finally getting out there, our favorite billionaires are coming out of there and living their best lives. A billionaire businessman is blaming the entire GameTop broha over an investigation into Kovid’s encouragement. Another billionaire deleted his Twitter following the game stop stuff, claiming that he was receiving death threats. And finally, it is the end of an era on Amazon. This is the latest version of the Billionaire Roundup.

Billionaire Bond King Blame Gamewop Event Kovid Stimulus on Check

Billionaire “Bond King” Jeff Gundlach is blaming Kovid incentive checks from the government for a surge in stocks such as GameStop, which has caused huge losses to some of Wall Street’s biggest hedge funds. Gundlach got his start as head of TCW Group’s Total Return Bond Fund. While serving as the head of the fund, he regularly finished in the top 2% of all funds invested. After being expelled from TCW in 2009, he and a group of his co-workers founded Doubleline Capital. He is the Chief Executive Officer and Chief Investment Officer at Doubleline and is widely recognized as the most knowledgeable investor currently working in relation to bonds and fixed income investments.

At the end of last week, Gundlach told Fox Business:

“Government funds are being sprinkled all over the place, if you want to call them, thanks to the government’s policy in this case, with people in check, that they have a real capital base To put together is whitish. In this case, there were 2.1 million people who somehow got organized on Reddit and managed to get $ 20bn to buy power, and they got a chance to stack these hedge funds. “

Gundlach said he too had no sympathy for the affected hedge funds. She was also a critic of the victorious attitude of the Reddit traders and led her to her husband in this David vs. Goliath fight.

Billionaire Steve Cohen abandons Twitter game Gametop Mess

Billionaire Steve Cohen is taking a break from Twitter after the GameStop drama. Small, amateur investors held on Reddit apparently see Cohen as a threat. A Cohen spokesman confirmed that he was leaving the threats he received against him and his family on Twitter. Late Friday night of January 29, Cohen tweeted, “I’m going to take a pause for now …” and went on to reveal what he has received as “personal threats.” As of Saturday, his account was not visible on Twitter. Cohen’s Point 72 did not reveal its Gametop holdings, if any, however, as the firm, along with Ken Griffin’s stronghold, gave Melvin Capital a capital infusion, which had a large position on the stock. That infusion allowed Melvin Capital to avoid major losses in its short position on Gamestop.

Prior to deleting his Twitter account, Cohen used it primarily to connect with Mets fans, as he bought a majority stake in the team last year.

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It’s the end of an era on amazon

On Tuesday, February 2N d, News that Jeff Bezos is stepping down as CEO of Amazon after 27 years of founding the company. He will transition to the role of executive chairman in the third quarter of 2021, which begins July 1. Amazon Web Services CEO Andy Jessie will succeed Bezos as CEO of Amazon. Bezos issued a memo to employees stating that the move required them to “focus on the Day 1 Fund, Bezos Earth Fund, Blue Origin, The Washington Post and my other passions.” Amazon has recorded a record year of $ 21 billion in revenue since 2019, with a 38% increase in net sales. Amazon’s market value is closing at $ 1.7 trillion.

Bezos is not leaving Amazon. How active he will be in the company remains to be seen, but note that Larry Ellison and Bill Gates also became the executive presidents of Oracle and Microsoft respectively and are still heavily involved in their companies.

Jassy is a longtime employee of Amazon. He joined the company in 1997 and built Amazon’s cloud services business, one of Amazon’s e-commerce platforms for one of the leaders in the small cloud computing industry. AWS has approximately 60% of Amazon’s operating profit.

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