Top Institutions' Q1 US Stock Positions Revealed! Technology stocks have once again become the first choice for “smart money”. Where are the market trends pointing?

Futu News ·  May 16 18:57

Recently, various institutions submitted 13F reports to the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), disclosing their US stock holdings and the size of their positions in the first quarter.

As an investment weather vane, the latest position adjustments made by “Smart Money” funds, especially those that open and close positions, are always the focus of market attention. However, judging from the reports of various hedge funds, technology stocks are still the key buying targets for these “smart money” in the first quarter.

Specifically, Berkshire drastically reduced its holdings in the first quarter$Apple (AAPL.US)$At 116 million shares, the share of holdings fell to 41%. After the holdings were reduced, Apple was still its largest stock. The holdings have been reduced$Chevron (CVX.US)$3.11 million shares, increase in holdings$Occidental Petroleum (OXY.US)$4.3 million shares.

It is worth noting that Berkshire has also invested heavily to open positions$Chubb Ltd (CB.US)$With nearly 26 million shares and a holding value of over 6.7 billion US dollars, this stock quickly became Berkshire's ninth largest stock.

Tiger Global Fund's largest increase in individual stock holdings$Alphabet-A (GOOGL.US)$A total of 6.25 million shares were purchased, increasing holdings by 154.1%, while reducing holdings$ (JD.US)$Over 5.66 million shares, the holdings reduction ratio reached 64.35%, and the inventory was cleared$PDD Holdings (PDD.US)$.

According to ARK Investment's latest US stock holdings document 13F, “Cathie Wood” has increased its holdings$Tesla (TSLA.US)$Nearly 1.38 million shares, an increase of 36.18%. Drastic reduction in holdings$Coinbase (COIN.US)$und$Zoom Video Communications (ZM.US)$The holdings were reduced by nearly 4.18 million shares and 4.63 million shares, respectively, and the reduction ratio reached 48.59% and 42.26%.

Qiaoshui favored technology stocks more and more in the first quarter. The top five buyers were all tech giants, including$Alphabet-A (GOOGL.US)$,$NVIDIA (NVDA.US)$,$Apple (AAPL.US)$,$Meta Platforms (META.US)$und$Microsoft (MSFT.US)$Google Class A shares and Nvidia both ranked among Qiaoshui's top five stocks in the first quarter. Open a warehouse$Amazon (AMZN.US)$und$Advanced Micro Devices (AMD.US)$It bought nearly 1.05 million shares and nearly 680,000 shares, respectively.

In terms of investment in Chinese securities, Qiaoshui reduced its holdings$PDD Holdings (PDD.US)$versus$NIO Inc (NIO.US)$The holdings reduction ratio reached 36.61% and 48.05%. In addition, bridge water holdings have also been reduced$iShares China Large-Cap ETF (FXI.US)$und$iShares MSCI China ETF (MCHI.US)$The holdings reduction ratio reached 69.44% and 57.67%.

Also, Qiaoshui's enthusiasm for consumer stocks has subsided, right$Costco (COST.US)$und$Coca-Cola (KO.US)$The holdings were reduced by 22.21% and 21.42%, respectively.

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