Investments by Al Gore’s Generation Investment Management focus on tech companies, particularly those that incorporate climate change into their operations and long-term strategy. As of the third quarter, the 13F portfolio of Generation Investment Management was worth over $24 billion. Al Gore’s tech holdings will be the focus of this article. Microsoft and Alphabet Inc. are among the companies that have been mentioned.
Insider Monkey discusses technology stocks in Al Gore’s 13F portfolio as of Q3. Profits grew 11.7 percent year-over-year at Synopsys, Inc. and beat expectations by $0.03 at $1.82 per share. Al Gore had a 1.21 percent stake in the company. Microsoft’s price target was raised to $364 by Morgan Stanley. In 2022, the company plans to look into data management. The stock has gained 48.7% since the beginning of 2021, with a 12-month return of 45.4 percent. In the third quarter of 2021, Generation Investment Management increased its Intel Corporation stake by 76%. Al Gore had a 2.74 percent stake in the company. A total of $600 billion in annual semiconductor sales is predicted by 2022, according to industry estimates. The number of hedge funds with positions in Alibaba Group Holding Limited has decreased. Al Gore had a 3.03 percent stake in Nutanix, Inc. As it had done in previous quarters, the company beat consensus earnings per share estimates by $0.12 to -$0.22 in the first quarter of fiscal 2022. For more details, click 10 Tech Stocks To Buy According To Former VP AI Gore.