According to the firm, Apple is now the biggest underweight among active fund managers around the globe. Microsoft is among the most overweight stocks, although it didn’t top the list. Visa captured that honor, followed by Alibaba and not one, but two of Alphabet’s share classes.

Apple and Microsoft

Interestingly, you may notice that ExxonMobil also made the list of the top underweights. Several years ago, Apple and ExxonMobil were battling for the largest market capitalization until the iPhone maker finally unseated the energy giant.

Another Surprising Underweight Position

This development between Apple and Microsoft is interesting given the development of the acronym FAAMG over the years, which includes both Apple and Microsoft in addition to Facebook, Amazon and Alphabet. In fact, Amazon made the list of the biggest underweights among U.S. large-cap stocks, falling behind Apple and ExxonMobil. Other major underweights among U.S. large-caps include Berkshire Hathaway, AT&T, Intel, Walt Disney and Coca-Cola.

Apple, Microsoft Crowded Stock List

As you can see, the list of the biggest overweights among U.S. large-caps is almost completely different from the global list of the biggest overweights. Visa still tops the list, but Microsoft isn’t on it. Adobe, Delta Air lines and PayPal did make the list, however. Full story at ValueWalk

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