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Active Managers’ Favorite Stocks Include Plenty of Tech

Credit Suisse’s Lori Calvasina and her team are out with their latest quarterly list of active managers’ darlings—the most crowded stocks in small, mid, and largecap retail and institutional funds. Calvasina writes that there were a number of sectors that stood out across the analysis. For example big-cap tech: Microsoft (MSFT) is the No. 1 name among large cap darlings.
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