These Are the Top Ten Stock Holdings of Stanley Druckenmiller

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Stanley Druckenmiller is one of the most respected executives in the hedge fund industry. He founded Duquesne Capital in 1981, but closed the fund in 2010. At the time, the fund had more than $12 billion in assets. Druckenmiller has worked for George Soros as well. Now, Druckenmiller manages his money through a family office. Let’s take a look at the top ten stock holdings of Stanley Druckenmiller. Q2 2021 hedge fund letters, conferences and more Top Ten Stock Holdings Of Stanley DruckenmillerWe have referred to the latest 13F filing (as of August 2021) to come up with the top ten stock holdin…

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