2016 Q3 Fund 13F Consensus buy & sell list

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Each quarter, funds are required to disclose their portfolios to the Securities & Exchange Commission (SEC) via 13F filing.

These filings disclose long U.S. equity positions, American Depositary Receipts (ADRs), stock options (puts/calls), warrants, as well as convertible notes. They do not disclose positions in other asset classes (such as commodities, currencies, or debt). They also do not reveal foreign market holdings, short sales or cash positions.
In this article, we will summarize the 2016 Q3 13F filings of 36 top funds.
Fund Consensus Buy List
Apple Inc (AAPL): This was by far and away the most popular new buy among hedge funds in this quarter. Dan Loeb’s Third Point,  David Tepper’s Appaloosa Management,  Andreas Halvorsen’s Viking Global, Larry Robbins’ Glenview Capital and Philippe Laffont’s Coatue Management were all out establishing new stakes.

Alibaba Group Holding Ltd (BABA): Hedge funds that bought DTV shares include Daniel Loeb, Steven Mandel, Chase Coleman and Philippe Laffont.

Williams Companies Inc (WMB): George Soros, Daniel Loeb, Steven Mandel, Leon Cooperman all show equity positions now.

Citizens Financial Group Inc (CFG): Hedge funds that bought DTV shares include George Soros, David Tepper, and Alan Fournier.
Dollar Tree Inc (DLTR): Hedge funds that bought DTV shares include George Soros, Lee Ainslie and Jonathan Auerbach

Consensus Increased Positions

 

LBTYA: During the second quarter, Warren Buffett, Daniel Loeb, Larry Robbins and Philippe Laffont all added to their pre-existing positions in the name.

MA: Ken Fisher, John Griffin,Andreas Halvorsen and Chase Coleman all added to their pre-existing positions in the name.

GD: Ken Fisher, Daniel Loeb, and FARALLON CAPITAL MANAGEMENT LLC added to their pre-existing positions in the name.

HDS: David Tepper, John Griffin, and FARALLON CAPITAL MANAGEMENT LLC  added to their pre-existing positions in the name.

JAZZ: Ken Fisher, Andreas Halvorsen, and Lee Ainslie added to their pre-existing positions in the name.

Consensus Sold Positions

 

EMC: Hedge funds that exited their EMC stakes include Ken Fisher, George Soros, Seth Klarman, Daniel Loeb, John Paulson and FARALLON CAPITAL MANAGEMENT LLC.

LILA: Hedge funds that exited their LILA stakes include David Einhorn, Lee Ainslie, Larry Robbins and Philippe Laffont.

FOXA: Hedge funds that exited their FOXA stakes include David Einhorn, David Tepper and FARALLON CAPITAL MANAGEMENT LLC.

MDVN: Hedge funds that exited their MDVN stakes include Ken Fisher, George Soros and Lee Ainslie.

MON: Hedge funds that exited their MON stakes include George Soros, Larry Robbins, and FARALLON CAPITAL MANAGEMENT LLC.

Consensus Decreased Positions

 

FLT: Funds that reduced their exposure to FLT during the third quarter were Steven Mandel, John Griffin, Chase Coleman, Alan Fournier, Jonathan Auerbach and FARALLON CAPITAL MANAGEMENT LLC.

PYPL: Funds that reduced their exposure to PYPL during the third quarter were George Soros, Seth Klarman, Leon Cooperman, Alan Fournier and Philippe Laffont

TDG: Funds that reduced their exposure to TDG during the third quarter were Steven Mandel, Lee Ainslie, Alan Fournier, Jonathan Auerbach and FARALLON CAPITAL MANAGEMENT LLC

CMCSA: Funds that reduced their exposure to CMCSA during the third quarter were Ken Fisher, Kahn Brothers, Lee Ainslie and Donald Yacktman.

ZTS: Funds that reduced their exposure to ZTS during the third quarter were George Soros, Bill Ackman, and CANTILLON CAPITAL MANAGEMENT LLC.

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