Hedge funds sell Apple, add AT&T, Alphabet

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Hedge funds heavily sold shares of Apple, Micron, and Juniper Networks and in turn put big money into Alphabet (formerly Google), AT&T, and Yahoo last quarter, according to analysis of the filings out this week.

Four times a year, hedge funds file their long positions with the SEC and the information is released to the public 45 days after the quarter ends.

Symmetric.io, a hedge fund tracking firm, released their analysis on what the 1,000 hedge funds in their database are buying and selling. Symmetric focused their analysis on the technology sector, a favorite with the big hedge fund crowd.

Here are the tech stocks hedge funds are buying or fleeing...

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