Breakout

Paul Tudor Jones’s Top Stock Holdings

Breakout

Tudor Investment Corp., with hedge fund heavyweight Paul Tudor Jones at the helm, owned 586 stocks at a value of $1.1 billion as of Dec. 31, 2010.

Tudor Investment Corp. saw returns of 7.5% for 2010. Its flagship BVI Global fund was also up for the year at more than 5%, but it came in behind the markets in general.

Moves: Jones made a total of 29 new purchases in 4Q 2010, including Citigroup, AT&T, Two Harbor's Investment Corp. (TWO) and Cypress Sharp Ridge Investments (CYS).

Tudor added positions in Microsoft (MSFT) and Marathon Oil Corporation (MRO) while decreasing his holdings in companies including Google (GOOG) and Mead Johnson (MJN) and selling out of positions including Apple (AAPL), in which he unloaded 365,000 shares.

Financials make up around 8% of Tudor Jones's portfolio, with smaller holdings in health care (4.7%), industrials (4%), technology (2.8%), energy (2%), basic materials (2%), telecommunications (1.7%), consumer goods (1.6%) and utilities (0.9%).

Here are Tudor Jones's largest stock holdings as of Dec. 31, 2010:

 

• SPDR S&P 500 ETF Trust (SPY)
• IShares MSCI Emerging Market Income ETF (EEM)
• Citigroup (C )
• Gain Capital Holdings Inc. (GCAP)
• AT&T (T)

See the full SEC filing for Paul Tudor Jones's portfolio.

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