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Gruss Asset Management Increase Holding Of Harvest Natural Resources, Inc. (HNR) Stock

Howard Guberman, the manager of Gruss Asset Management, believes Harvest Natural Resources, Inc. (NYSE:HNR) is still a Buy and has increased his fund’s stake in the company. Gruss Asset Management has reported the addition of 221,892 shares in a recent filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission. Following this move, the fund has amassed 2.12 million shares, which account for approximately 5.04% of the company’s common stock.

Harvest Natural Resources Inc. NYSE:HNR
Glenn J. Krevlin is also keeping an eye on Harvest Natural Resources, Inc. (NYSE:HNR) with his fund, Glenhill Advisors holding approximately 4.36 million shares, according to its latest 13F filing. David S. Winter and David J. Millstone, the managers of 40 North Management, share Guberman optimism about this company. During the first quarter of 2014, 40 North Management’s stake in Harvest Natural Resources, Inc. (NYSE:HNR) has increased by 39% to approximately 514,400 shares. Curtis Schenker and Craig Effron have, on the other hand, decided to cut their holding of the stock by 13% during the same period of time. Their fund, Scoggin, has reported ownership of 747,500 shares at the end of the first quarter.
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