Google’s stock price broke $US1,000 per share today.
The stock traded up more than 13% at around $US1,007 today. It’s now closer to $US1,000.
Here’s a rundown of the 10 hedge funds with the biggest stakes in the tech giant, according to the most recent 13F regulatory filing data compiled by Bloomberg. (A few of these guys are Julian Robertson seeded “Tiger Cubs”, too.)
- Lone Pine (Stephen Mandel): 941,709 shares
- Lansdowne Partners: 936,328 shares
- Magellan Asset Manaegment: 740,683 shares
- Discovery Capital (Rob Citrone): 499,479 shares
- Coatue Management (Philippe Laffont): 432,663 shares
- Adage Capital Partners: 422,004 shares
- Cantillion Capital Management: 413,335 shares
- Soros Fund Management (George Soros): 396,953 shares
- First Eagle: 392,348 shares
- Columbus Circle Investors: 376,694 shares
Keep in mind, these were their stakes at the second quarter ended June 30. It’s unclear if they decided to buy, hold or sell since that time.