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Central Bank & Trust Co's Q1 2023 Holdings Report Shows Significant Changes in Portfolio

Ava Hoppe | 22 April, 2023

Central Bank & Trust Co published its latest 13F holdings comparison report recently. This report provides a summary of the fund's holdings in Q4 of 2022 and Q1 of 2023, along with the change percentage between the two periods. Based on the report, it appears that Central Bank & Trust Co made a few significant changes to its holdings.

Nvidia Corp continues to hold the first position in the fund's holdings, with 97688 shares in Q4 2022 and 96817 shares in Q1 2023. Despite the minimal decline in shares, the value of the holding increased from $14275 thousand to $26891 thousand, indicating a change percentage of 88.4%.

Apple Inc also saw an increase in holdings during this period, with the fund holding 104939 shares in Q4 2022 and 108153 shares in Q1 2023, leading to a change percentage of 30.8%. The value of the holding also increased from $13634 thousand to $17834 thousand during this period.

Other significant holdings include the iShares TR Core US Aggregate Bond ETF, SPDR S&P 500 ETF Trust, and Vanguard FTSE Emerging Markets ETF, which all experienced a change percentage of over 5%. The Vanguard FTSE Developed Markets ETF experienced a change percentage of 4.8%, holding 197059 shares in Q4 2022 and 191925 shares in Q1 2023. The holding value increased from $8270 thousand to $8667 thousand during the period.

It is worth noting that some significant holdings experienced a decrease in shares and holding value during this period. UnitedHealth Group Inc Com, for instance, held 21231 shares in Q4 2022 and 20354 shares in Q1 2023, leading to a change percentage of -14.5%. The holding value also decreased from $11255 thousand to $9618 thousand in this period.

Dick's Sporting Goods, with holding value decreasing from $6482 thousand to $3999 thousand, experienced a change percentage of -38.3%. The holding of Old Domini Com USD 0.10 increased significantly from 0 shares in Q4 2022 to 14971 shares in Q1 2023, equivalent to a change percentage of 0.

Notably, the report showed that several holdings were completely sold off in Q4 2022. These companies include Meta Platforms Inc and Vanguard Index Fds REIT #986, among others.

In terms of sectors, the technology sector remained the dominant sector with significant holdings in companies such as Nvidia Corp, Microsoft Corp, Alphabet Inc, Adobe Systems Incorporated, and Applied Materials Inc. The healthcare and consumer goods sectors also had a considerable representation in the fund's portfolio.

In conclusion, this report shows that Central Bank & Trust Co made several changes to its portfolio in the first quarter of 2023. Some of the significant holdings increased in value, while others saw a decline. It is worth noting that the technology sector remained the dominant sector in the fund's holdings, with the healthcare and consumer goods sectors showing a considerable presence. It will be interesting to see the next 13F holdings comparison report to determine if these trends continue.

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