Jon Bauer has 35 years of expertise investing in troubled stocks, both actively and passively. He was a member of various bank debt, bond, and trade claims committees and helped found the Trade Claims Buyers Association. Mr. Bauer has a BA from Rutgers College and an MBA from Harvard Business School. Jon Bauer is positive on Petróleo Brasileiro S.A. – Petrobras, a Brazilian oil and gas business. In the second quarter, he boosted his investment in the company by 29%. His hedge fund focuses on small and large businesses with strong fundamentals.
Insider Monkey states the list of top 10 stock picks of Jon Bauer’s Contrarian Capital. Clear Channel Outdoor Holdings, Inc.’s largest shareholder is Mason Capital Management. Contrarian Capital’s overall portfolio includes 1.83 percent of this firm. The company’s revenue of $531.08 million was $31.26 million higher than expected. Controladora Vuela Compaa de Aviación, S.A.B. de C.V. is the ninth stock on Jon Bauer’s Contrarian Capital’s top ten stock selections list. Over the last year, the company’s stock has increased by 130.33 percent. Valaris’ stock has risen 36.01 percent in the last year. Esso Exploration Angola awarded the business a two-year contract for the drillship VALARIS DS-9. At the end of the second quarter, 29 hedge funds reported having shares in the firm. Contrarian Capital owns a $29.93 million investment in the company, which accounts for around 4.42 percent of the hedge fund’s portfolio. B. Riley maintained its “Buy” rating on Arch Resources and boosted its price objective to $120 from $87. Jon Bauer’s Contrarian Capital rates iHeartMedia, Inc. sixth among his top ten stock selections. Daniel Day, a B. Riley analyst, lowered his price target for iHeartMedia to $39 from $42. For more details, click Top Stock Picks Of Jon Bauer’s Contrarian Capital.