Reuters Dan Sundheim's D1 Capital Partners bulked up positions in three major FAANG stocks during the third quarter.  The hot new hedge fund increased its stake in Amazon to $714 million from around $126 million and its position in Facebook to $528 million from about $423 million.  D1 also boosted its stake in Netflix by more than 1 million shares, but the value of the position increased only from $930 million to $988 million due t...

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