Billionaire investor Bill Ackman: 'We are long-term bullish on America'



Billionaire investor Bill Ackman tells CNBC’s “Squawk Box” that he’s bullish on the U.S. and markets over the long term, but highly-leveraged companies will …

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  1. He is not crying for his 80 year old father today. The fear is not there. What a great American. On March bottom he was saying the world was coming to an end and his pops was at risk of dying from covid while he covered his shorts with 2 bil profits.

  2. Smart guy, though i don't particularly like activist investors. High yield stocks won't be high yield for long, the dividend cover on a lot of that index are very thin. In a recession market environment, highly leveraged companies really struggle as well. So his short positions are pretty prudent, even as a hedge.

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