Some of the big-money investment funds on Wall Street have been moving out of Big Tech stocks and into other growth names.
Hedge funds, in aggregate, cut the percentage of their portfolios invested in a “sweet 16” group of stocks to 16.1% from 23.8%, according to Jefferies data encapsulating several trillions of dollars worth of assets. That group includes
(NVDA), Qualcomm (QCOM) Advanced Micro Devices (AMD),
), as well as the so-called FAANG stocks:
now called Meta Platforms (META);
(NFLX); and Google’s parent company,