Beech Hill has now disclosed its third quarter moves in its latest 13F filing with the SEC. Given its penchant for tech stocks, let’s take a look at how the fund played its top tech picks during the quarter, and how they’ve performed so far in the fourth quarter.
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Intel Corporation (NASDAQ:
– Shares Owned by Beech Hill Partners (as of September 30): 132,695
– Value of Beech Hill Partners’ Holding (as of September 30): $5.01 million
Beech Hill added 7,725 shares of Intel Corporation (NASDAQ:INTC) to its position in the third quarter, upping its stake in the Santa Clara, California-based semiconductor company to 132,695 shares. Intel reported its third quarter earnings on October 18, which came in at income of $0.80 per share on $15.8 billion in revenue, well above the bottom-line estimates of $0.72, while being in-line with top-line expectations. However, its fourth quarter revenue estimate came in at $15.7 billion, below the Street’s estimate of $15.86 billion. Intel said the guidance was lower than estimates due to initial costs related to the company’s new manufacturing processor. The stock is down by 6% in the fourth quarter.