Tiger Global Management, the firm founded by Chase Coleman (Trades, Portfolio), disclosed in a regulatory filing that its top trades during the first quarter included a boost to its holding of Li Auto Inc. (LI, Financial), the closure of its position in Netflix Inc. (NFLX, Financial) and reductions to its positions in Zoom Video Communications Inc. (ZM, Financial), Uber Technologies Inc. (UBER, Financial) and Amazon.com Inc. (AMZN, Financial).
A former protégé of Julian Robertson (Trades, Portfolio)’s Tiger Management, Coleman established his New York-based firm in 2001. Tiger Global applies a fundamentally oriented, long-term investment approach: The firm seeks to invest in high-quality companies that have strong management teams and can benefit from solid secular trends.
As of March 31, Tiger Global’s $26.64 billion 13F equity portfolio contains 88 stocks, with two new positions and a quarterly turnover ratio of 11%. The top three sectors in terms of weight are technology, consumer cyclical and communication services, representing 52.57%, 21.05% and 14.48% of the equity portfolio.
Investors should be aware that 13F filings do not give a complete picture of a firm’s holdings as the reports only include its positions in U.S. stocks and American depository receipts, but they can still provide valuable information. Further, the reports only reflect trades and holdings as of the most-recent portfolio filing date, which may or may not be held by the reporting firm today or even when this article was published.
The Beijing-based electric SUV manufacturer has a financial strength rank of 7 out of 10 on several positive investing signs, which include a strong Altman Z-score of 4.53 and a cash-to-debt ratio that outperforms more than 81% of global competitors.
Although shares averaged $417.64 during the first quarter, shares of Netflix traded around $191.50 on Thursday. The stock is significantly undervalued based on Thursday’s price-to-GF Value ratio of 0.31.
The Los Gatos, California-based streaming giant has a GF Score of 77 out of 100: Although the company has a growth rank of 10 out of 10, a profitability rank of 9 out of 10 and a financial strength rank of 6 out of 10, Netflix’s momentum and GF Value rank below 2 out of 10.
Zoom Video Communications
Shares of Zoom averaged $136.23 during the first quarter. GuruFocus’ GF Value line labeled the stock as a possible value trap due to the low price-to-GF Value ratio of 0.18.
The San Jose, California-based video communications company has a GF Score of 72 out of 100, driven by a financial strength rank of 9 out of 10, a growth rank of 7 out of 10 and a profitability rank of 6 out of 10 despite GF Value ranking just 2 out of 10 and momentum ranking just 3 out of 10.
The San Francisco-based rideshare company has a GF Score of 46 out of 100 based on a growth rank of 5 out of 10, a GF Value rank of 4 out of 10 and a rank of 3 out of 10 for financial strength and profitability. Despite this, the stock does not have enough data to compute a momentum rank and thus, the GF Score may give an incomplete picture of the company’s potential.
While shares of Amazon.com averaged $3,092.09 during the first quarter, the stock traded around $2,219.01 on Thursday. The stock is significantly undervalued based on Thursday’s price-to-GF Value ratio of 0.59.
The Seattle-based e-commerce giant has a GF Score of 92 out of 100 based on a growth rank of 10 out of 10, a profitability rank of 9 out of 10, a momentum rank of 7 out of 10, a financial strength rank of 6 out of 10 and a GF Value rank of 4 out of 10.