Billionaire Stan Druckenmiller’s Top 5 Stock Picks

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Today we are going to take a look at billionaire Stan Druckenmiller’s top 5 stock picks. For this time we skip the short intro and will show you what you are here for. We have brought up with three stocks, as usual. Freeport-McMoRan Inc. stands on the fifth spot with a value of $163,520,000. Change in position size is -1% and Stan Druckenmiller’s 13F portfolio is 4.4%. Freeport-McMoran is headquartered in Arizona, and is involved in mining with operations in several regions, such as North America, South America and Indonesia. The company reported to increase its copper and gold mining in Indonesia this year. Freeport has a remarkable $53.9 billion of market cap, and delivered amazing returns of 277.50% during the last twelve months, settling at $37.89 per share on 24 February, 2021. As of Q4 2020, Insider Monkey tracked 61 hedge funds that held stakes in Freeport-McMoran, which was 4 more than in the Q3. The biggest stakeholder in Freeport is Fisher Asset Management, with 42.8 million shares of FCX. Starbucks Corporation stands on the fourth spot with a value of $211,510,000. Change in position size is 35% and Stan Druckenmiller’s 13F portfolio is 5.7%. Starbuck is the largest coffeehouse chain in the world and its shares rocketed after its biggest competitor, the Chinese Luckin Coffee Inc reported bankruptcy. The firm is increasing its presence in China with 15.4 million digital members in its rewards program. Starbucks delivered a 34.21% return in the past 12 months. Insider Monkey could track 67 hedge funds holding position in Starbucks in the end of December, while earlier in the third quarter there were 66 hedge funds. Fundsmith LLP is the largest stakeholder in the company with owning 10.4 million shares with a respectable value of $1.1 million. T-Mobile US, Inc. is on the second spot on Insider Monkey’s compilation with a value of $318,358,000. Change in position size is 17% and Stan Druckenmiller’s 13F portfolio is 8.5%. The company provides wireless network, and lately disclosed Ultra Capacity 5G at the Miami Veterans Affairs (VA) Healthcare System, supplying spectacular 5G internet speed and performance to its frontliners and patients. According to Insider Monkey, T-mobile supplies 4G LTE wireless connectivity for over 50 VA Healthcare Systems in the United States. Presently, the company’s market cap is $122.4 and TMUS delivered a 32.94% return in the past 12 months. For more information about billionaire Stan Druckenmiller’s top stock picks, please click and jump to see the entire article.

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