In the 13-F filing released yesterday, the fund of George Soros showed the rotations it has made over the second quarter of the year. Soros Fund Management bought 159,200 class A Facebook shares and 54,500 Apple shares, as well as some Twitter stock. The fund has trimmed its position in Alphabet (the holding company of Google) and Amazon. George Soros' fund also decreased its position in Netflix.
During the second quarter the fund also made changes in its energy portfolio, raising its stake in Devon Energy and Kinder Morgan, while trimming its positions in the VanEck Vectors Oil Services, an ETF that tracks the performance of oil service companies, and in Canadian Natural Resources and Williams Companies.
13-F filings are not current, as they are reported 45 days after the end of the quarter. Changes in a portfolio, however, hint at the changes in the views of the large investment funds.
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