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Here's What the Famous Investors Have Been Buying

Institutional investors and funds of a certain size are required by law to disclose their equity holdings, which can provide insights into what the they are doing in the market.


CNBC Pro breaks down the latest disclosures and themes for consideration as you position your portfolio during this particularly uncertain time. 

Warren Buffet's Picks (Berkshire Hathaway)


Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway ramped up its stake in several companies last quarter during the tech-driven sell-off, while the conglomerate exited another large holding it had owned for almost two years.

David Tepper’s Picks (Appaloosa Management)


Billionaire hedge fund manager David Tepper made major cuts to his stock portfolio in the second quarter, according to securities filings released Monday.

Michael Burry's Picks (Scion Asset Management)


Famed investor Michael Burry, known for calling the subprime mortgage crisis, dumped all of his existing stock holdings at the end of the second quarter, and added just one name.

Seth Klarman's Picks (The Baupost Group)


Baupost’s Seth Klarman found a few buying opportunities during second quarter’s market turmoil, picking up shares of this Tech giant among others.

Daniel Loeb’s Picks (Third Point)


The hedge fund manager added a $159 million stake in this consumer staple last quarter, lifting the household products company to among his top 10 positions.

Chase Coleman’s Picks (Tiger Global)


Chase Coleman’s tech heavy Tiger Global has had a rough year after growth stocks began a months-long sell-off. See how he has pivoted the portfolio for a rebound.

Andreas Halvorsen's Picks (Viking Global)


Massive hedge fund Viking Global made large bets on insurance stocks during a volatile second quarter for Wall Street, according to securities filings.

Philippe Laffont’s Picks (Coatue Management)


Hedge fund manager Philippe Laffont’s Coatue Management shifted hundreds of millions of dollars between major tech stocks in the second quarter, according to securities filings.


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