In today’s episode, we discuss what the billionaires and guru investors are buying!
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A 13F is a quarterly tax filing on which investment managers must disclose their equity investments, as of the date of filing.
In essence, it’s a quarterly inventory of which stocks a manager or fund holds. As such, it’s really just a snapshot in time—and an obsolete one at that, given that the form itself goes public on a 45-day lag.
Only Exchange-traded equity holding: Stocks, ETFs. No Bonds, derivatives, Mutual funds
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