Eddie Lampert's ESL Investments portfolio was valued at $9.25 billion, with a total of 10 positions, as of Dec. 31, 2010. Lampert is chairman of sears Holdings Corporation (its stock makes up 38.42% of his portfolio). He started ESL in 1988 with $28 million.
Moves: In 4Q 2010, Lampert added Cisco (CSCO), the Gap (GPS), Seagate Technology (STX) and H&R Block (HRB) to his portfolio. He also increased his positions in Capital One Financial and Genworth Financial (GNW), while decreasing his holdings in Auto Zone Inc. (AZO). He exited his position in Citigroup (C), a position he entered in 1Q 2007. In selling out of this position, Lampert lost more than 90% on his original investment.
Consumer services make up the bulk of Lampert's portfolio, at 91.2%. Financials make up 6.7% and technology 2%.
Here are Eddie Lampert's largest stock holdings as of Dec. 31, 2010: