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I follow several investment funds. For some European ones, I can go to the public authority and see their quarterly filings with a detailed composition of the portfolio.

For the US, where could I find their public filings detailing their portfolio? Say for instance the portfolio of Hayden Capital as for their latest filing.

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You're should search SEC's Edgar database for the fund's quarterly 13-F filings. This requirement is for funds managing $100 million or more, so if the fund you're searching for currently manages less, there might be no information.

You can find more details/requirements of 13-F filings here.

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