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Steven Birenberg

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Steven Birenberg is president of Northlake Capital Management, an SEC-registered investment advisor specializing in managed equity portfolios for high net worth individuals utilizing a unique strategy combining index ETFs and media and communications stocks. Birenberg is also co-owner and co-portfolio manager of the Entermedia Funds. The Entermedia funds are long/short equity hedge funds focused on media, entertainment, communications, and related technologies. Steve has been managing portfolios for clients since 1982. In addition to his money management career, Steve has been writing about media and communications for a variety of public websites since 2004, including theStreet.com, RealMoney.com, and Minyanville.com. Steve also writes a weekly column for SNL Kagan, the leading independent source of news and analysis for Media and Communications. Steve maintains two blogs for his clients at www.northlakecapital.com/mediatalk and www.entermediagrowth.com.

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  • 1:16pm Wednesday, February 15, 2012: Sold Apple Calls, Bought Index Put Spreads, Buffett Buys LMCA - Wall Street All-Stars» Steven Birenberg
    After thinking about it when the stock was approaching $500 and passing, this morning I sold March $530 calls against about 20% of my Apple.  Just a few days ago I was looking at $525s for $8.  Today I sold $530s for almost $13 so delay helped me by$9.  Not sure abut the quick reversal […]
  • 11:35am Thursday, February 9, 2012: Virgin Media Back on Track - Wall Street All-Stars» Steven Birenberg
    Virgin Media (VMED) had a tougher than expected 2011 as the crisis in Europe included the UK economy. In addition, competition picked up as all of the company’s cable, satellite, and telecom competitors responded aggressively to the macro weakness. This environment led VMED to increase capital spending amid discounting form some competitors while its own […]
  • 3:40pm Thursday, January 26, 2012: Looking for Positive Ratings at Arbitron - Wall Street All-Stars» Steven Birenberg
    I added a starter position in Arbitron (ARB) at current prices.  Improved radio advertising and lift from implementing new radio ratings measurement technology is currently aiding operating growth.  The last several quarters the stock has spiked up following earnings only to give back the gains.  I think a similar spike up could occur as my […]
  • 10:24am Wednesday, January 25, 2012: Apple Blowout Good For Apple and Mobile Broadband Theme - Wall Street All-Stars» Steven Birenberg
    Apple continues to amaze.  Relative to expectations this is one of the best quarters I ever remember by any company.  Damn, I am pretty certain I wrote that about Apple previously!  In calendar 2011, Apple earned $35 a share.  Guidance for the March quarter is up 32% and is probably conservative.  The company could earn […]
  • 10:09am Wednesday, January 25, 2012: Apple Missed Last Quarter. Google Missed This Quarter. - Wall Street All-Stars» Steven Birenberg
    Apple (AAPL) was at $420 before reporting its earnings miss in October 2011.  The shares fell 5% that day and hit a low in November, about five weeks later, down 15%.  Google (GOOG) was trading at $640 before its earnings miss last week.  The stock fell 8% on the miss and has dropped further the […]

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