eToro launches portfolio of value investor 'best buys'

Taken from 13F filings

Kathleen Gallagher
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eToro has launched a portfolio of ten stocks that are considered ‘best buys’ for value investors.

To create the ValueGurus portfolio, eToro looked at quarterly reports from the Securities and Exchange Commission, called a 13F, filed by institutional investment managers with at least $100m assets under management. The funds analysed include: Starboard Value; ValueAct Holdings; Oakcliff Capital Partners and Akre Capital Management. Stock Spotlight: 'Tesla stock should be avoided' The portfolio will be rebalanaced every quarter as the filings are updated. At inception the fund has an average weighted market cap of over $145bn and includes Google, Mastercard and Fiserv. "...

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