Earlier this year, a group of artificial intelligence (AI) experts made waves in the investment world with the launch of ‘The GPT Portfolio,’ a groundbreaking stock portfolio driven exclusively by predictions generated by OpenAI‘s ChatGPT.
Now, these innovators are back in the spotlight with their latest offering: the “GPT 2.0 Portfolio,” unveiled just last week.
With over 43,000 investors collectively pouring nearly $35 million into this unique venture, the GPT 2.0 Portfolio currently boasts a diversified selection of 15 stocks, featuring industry giants like United Health Group (NYSE: UNH), Qualcomm (NASDAQ: QCOM), ExxonMobil (NYSE: XOM), and more.
Which stocks did GPT 2.0 pick?
Like with the first portfolio, GPT employs a diversified-first strategy to select 15 assets for investment, comprising 10 individual stocks and 5 sector-specific Exchange-Traded Funds (ETFs) at the start of each month.
These investment choices are made using an AI-driven scoring system, which is based on the analysis of numerous economic and company-specific factors. Then, at the close of each month, GPT revisits this analysis and selects a fresh set of 15 investments for the upcoming period.
The AI bot also handpicked four major ETFs including iShares US Healthcare Providers ETF (IHF), iShares Expanded Tech-Software Sector ETF (IGV), iShares Global Clean Energy ETF (ICLN), and Vanguard Health Care Index Fund ETF (VHT).
Which of these stocks are performing well in 2023?
This year’s performance of GPT 2.0’s picks is mixed.
In particular, some of the best-performing equities among the aforementioned 15 are Salesforce (+59%), Adobe (+57%), Exxon (+11%), Oracle (+35%), and CME (+22%).
Meanwhile, those that are in the red territory on the year-to-date (YTD) basis include General Dynamics (NYSE: GD) at -9.8% and United Health at -6.7%, while the four ETFs IHF, IGV, ICLN, and VHT are seeing mixed 2023 returns at -6.3%, +37%, -20.6%, and -2.5%, respectively.
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