We have reviewed the latest batch of 13F filings to see which stocks the fastest growing hedge funds are buying and holding.
13F filings are reported quarterly by institutional investment managers with at least $100 million in assets under management disclosing their equity holdings.
We would like to issue an important disclaimer before diving into these stocks and the significance behind their hedge fund interest. It’s important to point out that 13F filings don’t show you the full picture, and any conclusions made from the stocks within the reports should not be taken at face value. These are reports from the last quarter, so although a hedge fund may be buying or holding a stock in the report, it doesn’t necessarily mean they are still bullish on the stock. 13F reports also do not disclose short positions, so a buy of a particular stock could be a hedge against their overall bearish opinion of the company.
Aside from that, 13F filings can be revealing and highlight some stocks you may have not heard of or haven’t considered trading.
We encourage traders to perform thorough due diligence on all the stocks mentioned to be able to time any trade entries you may see fit.
What is more interesting are the top stocks these hedge funds have been buying. To find out that list, watch the full interview.
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