More Stock Ideas from Great Managers
Here are some new stock additions from our favorite fund managers.
One of the great things about working at Morningstar is there’s no shortage of stock ideas floating around the office. Our staff of 25 fund analysts is in constant contact with the industry’s leading fund managers, and we also systematically track portfolio holdings for all of the funds in our database.
To seek out promising new stock ideas, we scoped out the most recent portfolios from some of our favorite fund managers, and focused on stocks that showed up as new holdings. (You can find these yourself by entering a fund's ticker in the ticker lookup box on the upper left side of Morningstar.com's home page. Scan the list of top 25 holdings on Morningstar’s Quicktake Report--stocks that are new additions since the previous portfolio are highlighted with a nifty sunburst symbol.) When you see a new holding show up in the top 25, that’s usually a good sign that the manager has conviction in the stock. Here are some of the ideas that surfaced:
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