By Frank Curzio |July 25, 2018
Ever heard of something called a 13F?
It’s a quarterly document that institutional investors who manage over 100 million dollars must file with the SEC to disclose the positions in their portfolios.
These 13Fs are fantastic for individual investors because they get to follow the “smart money.” These funds not only have to disclose their new stock positions, but whether they increase their positions, decrease their positions, or if they totally had an exit of a position.
And we get to see all of this every single quarter.
Now, before you start buying everything that a hedge fund is buying in their 13F, let me warn you…
Sometimes a fund can be completely out of a position by the time they publish their 13F.