Jim Simons Portfolio

Renaissance Technologies Holdings

Jim Simons founded Renaissance Technologies. It's one of the most successful quant funds in the world. A quant fund determines investments based on mathematical models and algorithmic strategies. Their most successful fund is "Medallion Fund". From 2001 to 2013, the lowest return was +21%. In 2008 when the SS&P 500 lost over 38%, Medallion Fund almost doubled. It has earned over $100 billion in profits for its investors. The fund is only available to employees and family members of the fund. Due to this long-term success, Jim Simons was described as "the most successful hedge fund manager of all time". He is also known as a prize-winning mathematician, billionaire, and now as a philanthropist through the Simons Foundation.
Jim Simons has strategically allocated his investment portfolio to include prominent stocks from diverse sectors. Novo Nordisk ADR claims the top spot, representing 2.6% of his investments, reflecting a lean towards the healthcare industry. NVIDIA Corp follows at 2%, showcasing a significant investment in technology and semiconductor spaces. Meta Platforms Inc (formerly Facebook), with Class A ordinary shares, forms 1.6% of the portfolio, signifying confidence in the social media giant’s growth potential. Matching this figure is Uber Technologies Inc, also at 1.6%, highlighting an investment interest in the evolving rideshare and delivery market. Lastly, Palantir Technologies Inc, offering Class A ordinary shares, accounts for 1.5% of the holdings, indicating an inclination towards data analysis and software firms. These stocks collectively capture Simons' approach towards a technologically diversified market position and suggest his propensity for innovative companies poised for growth. Prospective investors can glean insights into market trends and opportunities through Simons's stock selections.

$66.5 Billion Total portoflio value
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