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New Hedge Fund Holders

New Hedge Fund Holders

13.35k followers31 symbols Watchlist by Yahoo Finance

Follow this list to discover and track stocks that have gained the highest number of new hedge fund holders in the last quarter.

Curated by Yahoo Finance

Follow this list to discover and track stocks that have gained the highest number of new hedge fund holders in the last quarter.

Background

The Yahoo Finance New Hedge Fund Holders list tracks those positions that have increased the most in terms of new hedge fund holders. Investors follow increasing hedge fund investor interest as a possible source of returns and an important component of risk management. Nonetheless, these movements in the market can introduce volatility and uncertainty.

How did we choose these stocks?

Yahoo Finance employs sophisticated algorithms to monitor and detect trends in the Global Financial Markets. We bring these insights to you in the form of watchlists. We calculate the total number of new hedge fund owners of all stocks in the investable universe every quarter. The top 30 stocks with the highest number of new hedge fund owners are listed here.

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How are these weighted?

The stocks in this watchlist are weighted equally.

Performance

WatchlistChange today1-month return1-year returnTotal return
New Hedge Fund Holders+0.57%+10.35%-5.83%-4.95%
^GSPC+0.36%+6.96%+48.25%+4400.51%

31 symbols

SymbolCompany nameLast priceChange% changeMarket timeVolumeAvg vol (3-month)Market cap
BRK-BBerkshire Hathaway Inc.272.11+2.97+1.10%16:02 GMT-44.71M5.33M625.10B
TSMTaiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company Limited118.84+0.49+0.41%16:00 GMT-49.51M13.85M557.67B
VVisa Inc.226.41+0.13+0.06%16:00 GMT-46.83M10.22M499.20B
JNJJohnson & Johnson162.24+1.85+1.15%16:00 GMT-49.05M8.21M427.13B
DISThe Walt Disney Company187.26+1.33+0.72%16:04 GMT-49.45M11.80M339.93B
UNPUnion Pacific Corporation222.71-0.39-0.17%16:00 GMT-42.54M3.08M148.48B
MSMorgan Stanley78.59-2.23-2.76%16:04 GMT-429.09M11.81M147.01B
RTXRaytheon Technologies Corporation78.22+0.25+0.32%16:00 GMT-47.63M7.49M118.58B
SYKStryker Corporation257.13+0.28+0.11%16:05 GMT-4943.06k1.24M96.76B
SPGIS&P Global Inc.378.07+3.00+0.80%16:00 GMT-42.06M1.77M91.07B
INFYInfosys Limited18.18+0.18+1.00%16:00 GMT-415.01M8.82M76.91B
CLColgate-Palmolive Company80.7+0.24+0.30%16:00 GMT-48.14M5.13M68.40B
COFCapital One Financial Corporation136.68+1.81+1.34%16:00 GMT-42.89M3.45M62.41B
BSXBoston Scientific Corporation40.91+0.05+0.12%16:00 GMT-47.53M9.67M58.11B
TELTE Connectivity Ltd.133.4+0.76+0.57%16:03 GMT-41.70M1.93M44.14B
TRVThe Travelers Companies, Inc.155.95+1.59+1.03%16:00 GMT-41.32M1.44M39.22B
ALLThe Allstate Corporation122.2+0.61+0.50%16:00 GMT-41.86M2.12M36.70B
LYBLyondellBasell Industries N.V.107.55+0.45+0.42%16:03 GMT-41.16M1.78M35.96B
TSNTyson Foods, Inc.78.92+0.62+0.79%16:00 GMT-41.26M2.31M28.78B
KSUKansas City Southern257.51-1.13-0.44%16:00 GMT-41.50M1.09M23.42B
BRBroadridge Financial Solutions, Inc.157+1.43+0.92%16:00 GMT-4624.29k597.26k18.18B
ALBAlbemarle Corporation152.03+1.52+1.01%16:00 GMT-4727.90k1.88M17.74B
OMCOmnicom Group Inc.79.65+0.21+0.26%16:00 GMT-41.64M1.96M17.13B
AVYAvery Dennison Corporation198.6+0.15+0.08%16:02 GMT-4416.71k540.62k16.49B
RHRH634.5+19.75+3.21%16:00 GMT-4595.52k505.80k13.32B
NLYAnnaly Capital Management, Inc.8.86+0.04+0.45%16:00 GMT-411.45M15.27M12.39B
NLSNNielsen Holdings plc25.69+0.11+0.43%16:00 GMT-42.85M4.13M9.21B
FATEFate Therapeutics, Inc.81.17-3.23-3.83%16:00 GMT-4539.17k1.11M7.61B
SEMRSEMrush Holdings, Inc.17.93+1.54+9.40%16:00 GMT-4878.05k1.41M2.42B
RAASCloopen Group Holding Limited11.01-0.25-2.22%16:00 GMT-4595.81k3.25M1.76B
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