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Goldman: These Are the 100 Most Important Stocks to Hedge Funds

The long and short of hedge fund positioning
Pedestrians pass Mercury House, the main entrance to the Goldman Sachs offices at 133 Fleet Street in London.

Pedestrians pass Mercury House, the main entrance to the Goldman Sachs offices at 133 Fleet Street in London.

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Goldman Sachs is out with its latest "Hedge Fund Trend Monitor," shedding light on which stocks the "smart money" is flowing into. 

The note lists the stocks that appear most frequently in the top ten holdings of fundamentally-driven hedge funds. Goldman's analysts, led by Ben Snider, limited its hedge fund universe to those with 10 to 200 distinct equity positions "in an attempt to isolate fundamentally driven investors from quantitative funds or funds that mirror private equity investments."