Druckenmiller’s Shrinking Stock Portfolio

The Duquesne Family Office’s U.S. equity assets are down 35 percent since the first quarter.

Victor J. Blue/Bloomberg

Victor J. Blue/Bloomberg

Stanley Druckenmiller’s U.S. stock portfolio has shrunk to its smallest size in nearly two years.

The macro maven’s Duquesne Family Office disclosed in its latest 13F filing that it held roughly $2.53 billion in long U.S. common stocks as of the end of December.


To continue reading, subscribe now to Premium Journalism. Already a subscriber? login.