One Tiger Fund Doubled Its Stake in Alphabet. Another Sold Out.

Tiger Global and Valiant Capital went in different directions on the Google parent and other positions during the first quarter, new 13F filings show.

(David Paul Morris/Bloomberg)

(David Paul Morris/Bloomberg)

A look at the latest 13F filings from Chris Hansen’s Valiant Capital and Chase Coleman and Scott Schleifer’s Tiger Global shows two firms that had decidedly different views on some of the biggest technology names.

Perhaps the most conspicuous example is the change made by each Tiger descendent to its holdings in Google’s parent company, Alphabet, during the first quarter.

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