Winton Capital Management, a London-based investment management firm, was founded by David Winton Harding. In the global futures markets, Winton employs data analysis and algorithmic trading. It uses a computerized trading system to place bets on underlying assets like commodities and bonds. To put it another way, his hedge fund primarily focuses on investing in the information technology, industrial, healthcare, financial, and discretionary sectors. David Harding, a British billionaire, owns Amazon, Microsoft, and Netflix in his Q3 portfolio.
Insider Monkey highlights 10 tech stocks to buy according to billionaire David Harding. A multinational Indian information technology company, Infosys Limited is headquartered in Bangalore. As of September 2021, David Harding owns 210,035 Infosys shares worth $4.6 million, which represents 0.26 percent of the company’s market value. Photoshop, Illustrator, Acrobat Reader, Creative Suite and Creative Cloud are just some of the products that are offered by the multinational company Adobe Inc. As expected by analysts, Adobe Inc. reported earnings per share of $3.20 for the fourth quarter of 2021 on December 16. At $2.78, Accenture Plc beat estimates by $0.15 on December 16th with its earnings per share announcement. The company’s revenue for the quarter was $14.97 billion, up 27.23% from the year-ago quarter. As of the third quarter of 2021, David Harding owns 72,248 Oracle Corporation shares worth $6.44 million. Texas-based multinational technology company provides solutions for enterprise resource planning, database software, cloud computing, CRM, and other enterprise needs. Netflix, Inc. shareholder Winton Capital Management owns 11,520 shares, valued at approximately $7 million. The company’s EPS was $3.19, beating expectations by $0.63. It was estimated that Netflix had 209 million paid subscribers by the month’s end in over 200 countries and regions. For more details, click 10 Tech Stocks To Buy According To Billionaire David Harding.