Qualcomm Inc. (QCOM) is an American multinational semiconductor and telecommunications tools firm based in 1985 and based mostly in San Diego, California. The corporate designs and distributes wi-fi telecommunications merchandise all over the world. Its microprocessors are present in shopper electronics all over the world, together with many smartphones and tablets.
Qualcomm launched its fourth quarter 2020 outcomes on November 4, 2020.The telecommunications big reported $ 8.3 billion in income this quarter, up from $ 4.8 billion in the identical interval final 12 months.
|High 4 Qualcomm Mutual Fund Holders (Reported Q3 2020)|
|Holder||# Actions||Date reported||% Distinctive||$ Worth|
|Vanguard Complete Fairness Index Fund||31 631 823||Sep 29, 2020||2.80%||3,722,432,930|
|Vanguard 500 Index Fund||23 145 781||Sep 29, 2020||2.05%||2,723,795,508|
|Constancy Contrafund||14 034 166||October 30, 2020||1.24%||1,731,254,717|
|Invesco QQQ Belief ETF||13 075 110||November 29, 2020||1.16%||1 924 263 938|
1. Vanguard Complete Inventory Market Index Fund (VTSMX)
The Vanguard Complete Inventory Market Index Fund was launched in 1992 to supply buyers with broad publicity to your complete US inventory market.The fund is a subsidiary of Vanguard Fairness Funding Group and has been managed by Gerard C. O’Reilly since December 1994.Within the third quarter of 2020, the fund held round 31.6 million shares of Qualcomm, or round 2.8%, making it the biggest mutual fund holder within the firm.
VTSMX has complete belongings of $ 937.6 billion, a three-year annualized return of 9.94% and an expense ratio of 0.14% Vanguard. “Administration of investor shares within the Vanguard Complete Inventory Market Index Fund (VTSMX). “Accessed November 10, 2020.
2. Vanguard 500 Index Fund (VFINX)
The Vanguard 500 Index Fund (VFINX) was launched in 1976 for the categorical objective of offering buyers with publicity to the five hundred largest US firms. The fund is a subsidiary of Vanguard Fairness Funding Group and has been managed by Donald M. Butler since 2016.Within the third quarter of 2020, the fund is Qualcomm’s second-largest mutual fund holder with 23.1 million shares, or 2.06%, of the corporate.
VTSMX has complete belongings of $ 573.0 billion, a three-year annualized return of 10.28% and an expense ratio of 0.14%.
3. Constancy Contrafund (FCNTX)
As a progress fund, the Constancy Contrafund (FCNTX) focuses on producing capital features moderately than revenue. Director Will Danoff and his workforce select shares of firms with a market worth of over $ 10 billion. The Constancy Contrafund is QCOM’s third-largest mutual fund investor with 14 million shares, or 1.24% of the corporate, within the third quarter of 2020.The fund’s funding in Qualcomm represents 1.4% of its complete portfolio.
FCNTX has complete belongings of $ 134.3 billion, a three-year annualized return of 18.47% and an expense ratio of 0.85%.
4. Invesco Nasdaq QQQ Belief (QQQ)
The Invesco QQQ Belief tracks the Nasdaq 100 Index, which incorporates 100 of the biggest nationwide and worldwide non-financial firms listed on the Nasdaq by market capitalization, concentrated within the know-how sector. QQQ is structured as a Unit Funding Belief (UIT) which provides a set portfolio within the type of redeemable models to buyers. The primary titles of QQQ embrace Apple, Microsoft and Amazon. Qualcomm seems seventeenth with 13.1 million shares, representing 1.28% of QQQ’s portfolio.
QQQ has complete belongings of $ 149.5 billion and an expense ratio of 0.2%.