'Superinvestors' pursue new normal technology trends

Taking advantage of Covid disruption

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Terry Smith

Terry Smith

‘Superinvestors’, or the top ten private investors ranked by portfolio size, are aggressively buying into technology names as they seek to capitalise on disruption from the pandemic, according to new research published by HNWI platform Pitchboard.

In its research, Pitchboard assessed the portfolios behind some of the biggest names in investment. These included Warren Buffett, Terry Smith and Carl Icahn, as well as Bill and Melinda Gates' Foundation...

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