A slew of 13F filings flooded the Street after the bell on Tuesday revealing the latest trades from some of Wall Street’s biggest whales including Warren Buffett, David Einhorn and Dan Loeb among others Following you'll find where these whales are putting money to work and what the Fast traders find most noteworthy.Warren Buffett- New stakes in GM, Viacom- Increased stakes in Wal-Mart, Wells Fargo, Bank of NY Mellon, DirecTV- Decreased Stakes in Intel, Kraft Foods, P&G, Dollar GeneralTrader Takeaway: "I own GM," says Tim Seymour, "and it’s been a painful trade. But at 5 ½ times valuation I think it’s a great value. However, I also think they're looking at a 2-year turnaround."
"At $22 the current valuation in GM is interesting," adds Guy Adami. "It's an attractive risk reward. I think the risk to the downside is $20 but the upside potential is $28."
David Einhorn - New stakes in Expedia, Computer Sciences- Cuts stakes in CBS, Dell, GM, Microsoft- Eliminated stakes in Yahoo, First SolarTrader Takeaway: "At $35 I thought CBS was toppy," says Guy Adami. "There will be a point to get back into CBS but we’re not there yet. "
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