While some investors may want to use this analysis to spot securities that are in and out of favor by hedge fund managers, others may want the diversification benefits and liquidity that ETFs provide – and there are plenty of ETFs that emulate a hedge fund strategy.
Global X Guru ETF (GURU), with $95 million in assets, is one of the various ways individuals can invest in stocks held by hedge funds. The ETF is comprised of the top US listed equity positions reported on Form 13F by a select group of hedge funds that the index provider Solactive deems as having moderate turnover rates and concentrated holdings. There are 49 holdings that include many technology stocks including, BRCM, GOOGL and Yahoo! (YHOO). GURU experienced outflows during the first four months of 2016.
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