Will Soros’s focus on health and finance pay off?


Investment legend George Soros (pictured above) has gone big on health and finance in the September quarter.

The latest 13F filing to the US Securities and Exchange Commission by his company, Soros Fund Management, revealed that it has taken new positions in medical technology firm Hill-Rom [HRC], online financial services firm SoFi Technologies [SOFI], semiconductor maker Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company [TSM] and US banks JP Morgan [JPM] and Goldman Sachs [GS].

It also increased stakes in information provider IHS Markit [INFO]. Its exits included lift maker Otis Worldwide Corporation [OTIS], Twitter [TWTR], UiPath [PATH], and Zillow [Z]. It also pared back its stake in electric vehicle battery startup QuantumScape Corporation [QS].


The winners

Hill-Rom — Its share price soared by 36% between mid-July and 24 November. In its recent…

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