Top Stocks Of Edmond Safra’s EMS Capital

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EMS Capital was created in 2007 by Edmond Safra. The New York-based business advises a global macro fund and a long/short equity fund worldwide. The information technology, consumer staples, utilities and telecommunications, real estate, finance, consumer discretionary, and communications sectors make up the majority of the investment portfolio. For EMS Capital, Edmond Safra is in charge of a $1.27 billion portfolio. Meta Platforms, Inc. is the largest company in his portfolio, with a market cap of $198.71 million. Salesforce.com, inc. and Amazon.com were among his top buys in the second quarter.

Insider Monkey compiled the list of the top 10 stocks according to Edmond Safra’s EMS Capital. Snap Inc. is a camera company and a social media firm that has transformed the art of communication and self-expression through photos. Snap Inc. has 306 million daily active users in the third quarter, up from 293 million the previous quarter. Peloton Interactive, Inc. is recognized for its internet-connected smart bicycles and treadmills that allow customers to broadcast online fitness courses. Through its app and website, the brand also sells athleisure and accessories. 271 hedge funds tracked by Insider Monkey reported owning stakes in Amazon.com, Inc. in the second quarter of 2021, compared to 243 funds the previous quarter, with an estimated stake worth more than $50 billion. Alexander’s, Inc. is a real estate management, development, and redevelopment company. Six properties in New York are currently in its portfolio. On November 1, the Q3 FFO came in at $4.13, underperforming projections by -$0.70. Twilio Inc. is a cloud communications platform that allows software developers to make phone calls, send text messages, and communicate in other ways. At the end of June, 98 hedge funds reported having stakes in Twilio, down from 99 the previous quarter. For more details, click Top 10 Stocks Of Edmond Safra’s EMS Capital.

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