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Julian Robertson: The Market 'Is Quite High on a Historical Basis’

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What Were Tiger Management’s Largest Holdings in 2Q17?

Tiger Management’s largest holdings

Julian Robertson founded hedge fund firm Tiger Management. In the previous parts of this series, we discussed Julian Robertson’s view on the market (SPY) and his view on the technology sector (XLK). In this part, we’ll look at Tiger Management’s largest stock holdings as of June 30, 2017.

What Were Tiger Management’s Largest Holdings in 2Q17?

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Tiger Management’s top five holdings are Celgene (CELG), Blackstone Group (BX), Alibaba Group Holdings (BABA), Boston Scientific (BSX), and Alphabet (GOOG). These stocks represent nearly 7.2%, 6.2%, 5.9%, 5.8%, and 5.3%, respectively, of Tiger Management’s portfolio in 2Q17.

Institutional ownership report

According to the institutional ownership report, FMR LLC is the first largest investor in Blackstone Group with 40.7 million shares in 2Q17. Tiger Management held nearly 940,100 shares of Blackstone Group in 2Q17. It increased its holdings in Blackstone Group from 3.7% of its total holdings in 1Q17 to 6.2% of the firm’s portfolio in 2Q17.

Tiger Management held nearly 214,000 shares in Alibaba Group Holdings in 2Q17. Stanley Druckenmiller also took a fresh position in this stock in 2Q17. Druckenmiller’s firm Duquesne Family Office bought 710,200 shares in Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba (BABA) in 2Q17. Alibaba makes up 5.4% of Duquesne Family Office’s portfolio as of 2Q17.

In the next part of this series, we’ll analyze Tiger Management’s largest sector holdings in 2Q17.

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