The top 10 shares owned by billionaire super-investors include Google owner Alphabet, Microsoft, Facebook owner Meta Platforms, Amazon, and Visa.
It was revealed by Dataroma, which tracks Form 13F filings from super investors with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) in the United States.
Institutional investment managers with $100 million or more in assets under management (AUM) must file quarterly Form 13F reports.
These reports must disclose their equity holdings, giving retail investors a glimpse into where super-investors invest their money.
The super-investors tracked by Dataroma include many big names, including Warren Buffet, Bill Ackman, Carl Icahn, Ray Dalio, Bill Gates, and Michael Burry.
The latest data revealed that Alphabet, which owns Google, Android, and YouTube, is the most popular stock among super-investors.
Established in 1998 by Larry Page and Sergey Brin, Google has grown into a global technology giant under the umbrella of its parent company, Alphabet, formed in 2015.
Beyond its renowned search engine, Google’s expansive portfolio includes ventures like Waymo, Verily, and DeepMind, shaping the forefront of technology and innovation.
Microsoft is another popular stock. The tech behemoth, founded in 1975, is a compelling investment option.
With a robust portfolio spanning software, cloud services, and hardware, it consistently delivers strong financial performance.
Microsoft offers stability, growth potential, and a track record of innovation, making it an attractive choice for investors.
Meta Platforms, formerly Facebook, founded by Mark Zuckerberg in 2004, is the third most popular stock among super-investors.
Meta is a social media giant with a massive user base and lucrative advertising avenues through Facebook and Instagram.
It also owns WhatsApp, which has tremendous potential as a mobile platform to facilitate payments and related activities.
The table below shows the top shares owned by billionaire super-investors.
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