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Glenn Greenberg is a value investor and founder of Chieftain Capital Management. One of his flagship funds, Brave Warrior Capital, has $1.1 billion assets under management. Within the second quarter of the year, Greenberg increased three stock positions. Google (NASDAQ:GOOG) was the buy with the biggest change to the portfolio. He sold and reduced 10 companies of which Hewlett-Packard (NYSE:HPQ) was the position with the largest influence for the portfolio.

Here are the biggest portfolio weighted buys and sells:

Buys:

Google (GOOG) was increased by 146.85%. Total change to portfolio: 7.63%.

Valeant Pharmaceuticals (NYSE:VRX) was increased by 47.77%. Total change to portfolio: 5.19%.

Aon Corp. (NYSE:AON) was increased by 39.17%. Total change to portfolio: 2.89%.

Sells:

Hewlett-Packard (HPQ) was totally sold. Total change to portfolio: 5.84%.

Broadrigde Financial Solutions (NYSE:BR) was totally sold. Total change to portfolio: 5.38%.

Ryanair Holdings (NASDAQ:RYAAY) was reduced by 30.28%. Total change to portfolio: 2.65%.

Glenn Greenberg’s biggest sector allocation is focused on Information Technology (26.78%), Services (25.87%) and Health Care (24.35%).

Here are Glenn Greenberg’s biggest portfolio holdings as of Q2 2011 with fundamentals:

  1. Valeant Pharmaceuticals International (VRX) is acting within the drug delivery industry. The company has a market capitalization of $11.7 billion, generates revenues in an amount of $1.9 billion and a net loss of $176.2 million. Its follow P/E ratio is not calculable and the forward price to earnings ratio amounts to 11.1. Price/sales ratio is 6.2 and price/book ratio 2.6. Dividend yield: 0%. Years of consecutive dividend increasing: 1 year. 5 year dividend growth: 49.5%. The company paid dividends between 2005-2010. Portfolio weighting: 16.04%.
  2. Fiserv (NASDAQ:FISV) is acting within the business services industry. The company has a market capitalization of $7.3 billion, generates revenues in an amount of $4.2 billion and a net income of $464.0 million. It follows P/E ratio is 16.4 and forward price to earnings ratio 10.1, price/sales 1.7 and price/book ratio 2.4. Dividend yield: 0%. Years of consecutive dividend increasing: 0 Years. 5 year dividend growth: 0%. The company never paid dividends. Portfolio weighting: 13.96%.
  3. Google (GOOG) is acting within the internet information providing industry. The company has a market capitalization of $158.5 billion, generates revenues in an amount of $33.3 billion and a net income of $9.0 billion. It follows P/E ratio is 17.7 and forward price to earnings ratio 11.8, price/sales 4.8 and price/book ratio 3.1. Dividend yield: 0%. Years of consecutive dividend increasing: 0 years. 5 year dividend growth: 0%. The company never paid dividends. Portfolio weighting: 12.82%.

Take a closer look at Glenn Greenberg’s full portfolio. He held 11 stocks with a portfolio worth of $1,144,487,000.

Source: Analyzing Glenn Greenberg's Q2 2011 Portfolio