Non-tech companies are just living in it.
For years, hedge funds have been rotating out of the Consumer Staples, Energy and Financials sectors, according to 13F filings, then parking that money inInformation Technology. The pace keeps accelerating, but it’s not the nuggets they’re buying, it’s the super-sized orders.
While funds increase their tech exposure, they’re also concentrating on mega-caps, which now comprise 43% of AUM. Apple and Microsoft by themselves account for10% of assets. Considering Apple is down year-to-date and Microsoft is barely keeping up with the S&P, these look like long-term fundamental bets rather than momentum plays.