Alarming Melting Icebergs in Greenland: Al Gore’s Investment Portfolio Update Revealed

Boston, MA – Al Gore’s 13F portfolio experienced a slight decrease in value this quarter, dropping from $22.06B to $21.91B. The number of positions also decreased from 45 to 42, with top stakes in companies like Amazon.com, Microsoft, Applied Materials, Thermo Fisher Scientific, and Equifax making up around a third of the portfolio value. Al Gore’s investment philosophy, centered on sustainability analysis, is reflected in his portfolio choices.

One notable disposal this quarter was Veralto Corp. (VLTO), a stake acquired through the separation from Danaher. The stake was sold at prices between $74.47 and $89.81. Stake increases were seen in companies like Becton, Dickinson (BDX) and CBRE Group (CBRE), while stake decreases were noted in companies like Amazon.com, Microsoft Corporation (MSFT), and Applied Materials (AMAT).

Al Gore’s portfolio adjustments indicate a strategic approach to investing, focusing on companies with potential for growth and impact. Stake changes in companies like Thermo Fisher Scientific (TMO) and Equifax Inc. (EFX) demonstrate a dynamic investment strategy, balancing holdings for optimal performance.

Overall, Al Gore’s Generation Investment Management continues to navigate the ever-changing landscape of the stock market with a keen eye on sustainability and growth potential. The recent adjustments to the portfolio reflect a thoughtful and strategic approach to investment management, positioning the fund for success in the current market environment.