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Tracking Chase Coleman's Tiger Global Portfolio - Q4 2019 Update

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  • Chase Coleman’s 13F portfolio value decreased from $18.88B to $18.12B this quarter.
  • Tiger Global increased Uber Technologies & Elastic NV while decreasing Salesforce.com & Adobe Systems and dropping Fiat Chrysler.
  • The largest three positions are JD.com, Apollo Global, and Microsoft and they add up to ~30% of the portfolio.

This article is part of a series that provides an ongoing analysis of the changes made to Chase Coleman’s Tiger Global Management 13F stock portfolio on a quarterly basis. It is based on Tiger Global’s regulatory 13F Form filed on 02/14/2020. Please visit our Tracking Chase Coleman’s Tiger Global Portfolio series to get an idea of their investment philosophy and our last update for the fund’s moves in Q3 2019.

Chase Coleman’s 13F portfolio value decreased ~4% this quarter from $18.88B to $18.12B. Recent 13F reports have shown around 50 positions. 36 of those are significantly large (more than 0.5% of the portfolio each) and they are the focus of this article. The largest five stakes are JD.com, Apollo Global, Microsoft Corporation, Facebook, and Transdigm Group. Together, they add up to ~45% of the entire 13F portfolio.

Prior to founding Tiger Global Management in 2001, Chase Coleman was the technology analyst at Tiger Management from 1997 to 2000, making him a bona fide “tiger cub”. To know more about Julian Robertson and his legendary Tiger Management, check out Julian Robertson: A Tiger in the Land of Bulls and Bears.

New Stakes:

PayPal Holdings (PYPL) and Alphabet Inc. (GOOG): These two are the new positions this quarter. The 1.46% of the portfolio PYPL stake was purchased at prices between $96 and $110 and the stock currently trades just above that range at $111. GOOG is a very small 0.79% of the portfolio position established at prices between $1175 and $1360 and it is now at $1298.

Stake Disposals:

Fiat Chrysler (FCAU): FCAU was a fairly large ~5% of the portfolio position. It was first purchased in Q4 2016 at prices between $6 and $9. There was a ~60% selling in H1 2017 at prices between $9.50 and $11.65. Q4 2017 saw a ~18% stake increase at prices between $18 and $25 and that was followed with

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Very nice portfolio except DESP dumpster fire.
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