George Soros is a legendary trader with average annual returns of 29% during his 34 years as a hedge fund manager. He is known as “The Man Who Broke the Bank of England” because of his short sale of $10 billion (US) worth of pounds sterling, which made him a profit of $1 billion during the 1992 Black Wednesday UK currency crisis. Soros formulated the General Theory of Reflexivity for capital markets based on his own education in philosophy, he says it shows a clear picture of asset bubbles and fundamental/market value of securities, as well as value discrepancies used for shorting stocks. [1]

George Soros Portfolio

Below is Soros last position update after his 2022 Q1 update. This is a breakdown of his top 25 trading and investing portfolio positions from his fund’s 13F filings as of the 1st quarter of 2022 on 3/31/21. His top 10 holdings have a concentration of 48.93% of the total portfolio. George Soros top position is Rivian at 15.16%.

George Soros Top Holdings

Position Rank/Ticker/Percentage of portfolio[2]

  1. RIVN 15.16%
  2. QQQ(PUT) 5.52%
  3. LBRDK 5.49%
  4. RIVN(CALL) 4.62%
  5. CERN 3.89%
  6. AMZN 3.51%
  7. DHI 3.42%
  8. DEBT-SNAP(PRN) 2.56%
  9. SPY(PUT) FINANCE 2.40%
  10. DEBT-AMER(PRN) 2.36%
  11. DEBT-SEA(PRN) 2.11%
  12. ARMK 2.07%
  13. GOOGL 2.04%
  14. MGP REAL ESTATE 1.95%
  15. ZNGA 1.86%
  16. DEBT-SEA(PRN) 1.76%
  17. DEBT-ROYA(PRN) 1.72%
  18. DEBT-DISH(PRN) 1.64%
  19. BOWL 1.52%
  20. DEBT-WAYF(PRN) 1.44%
  21. SPY(CALL) 1.37%
  22. DEBT-MICR(PRN) 1.24%
  23. DEBT-NCL(PRN) 1.13%
  24. DEBT-CINE(PRN) 0.97%
  25. FIGS 0.95%

Current George Soros Net Worth 2022

He is currently ranked as the 226th richest person on Forbes list of wealth by rank. His current net worth is approximately $8.6 billion.

Current George Soros Portfolio 2022
Niccolò Caranti, CC BY-SA 3.0 <https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0>, via Wikimedia Commons