Atticus CapitalBelow please find a 13F analysis report for Atticus Capital for Q1 2009.13F analyses are reports that fund managers with over $100M are required to submit to the SEC, they are publicly available and these reports provide us with some insights on what some hedge fund managers have been investing in.
Atticus Capital, LLC, is a leading investment management firm founded by Timothy Barakett in 1995. Headquartered in New York, the firm invests in global securities markets on behalf of major institutions, endowments, pension funds, and private investors. Timothy Barakett, Chairman and CEO, and David Slager, Senior Managing Director, lead the firm’s portfolio management team.
As of the most recent 13F filing completed by Atticus Capital their holdings included:
• (MA) Master Card
• (NOK) Nokia Corp
• (V) Visa
• (WYE) Wyeth
Using the TickerSpy portfolio analysis tool the graph to the left was created showing the approximate Atticus Capital's equity performance for over the previous six months. According to this analysis Atticus Capital's equity picks have been underperforming against the S & P 500 recently.
The top 5 highest performing equities which Atticus Capital held as of this 13F filing include (MA), (NOK), (V),and (WYE)
According to AlpaClone data on Atticus Capital 81% of their equity portfolio is invested within the health sector ,5% in technology sector. The total equity value of Atticus Capital is 70M+, their total number of reported holdings is 4, and over 100% of the market value of this portfolio is represented within the top 10 holdings.
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