BOSTON (TheStreet) -- Hedge fund manager Leon Cooperman is proving to be as prescient as David Tepper by dumping positions in bank stocks like Bank of America (BAC) - Get Report and Citigroup (C) - Get Report during the second quarter.

Cooperman's Omega Advisors, based in New York, reported assets of $4.4 billion as of June 30, up from $4.2 billion at the end of the first quarter. Cooperman, who previously headed up Goldman Sachs Asset Management before starting Omega Advisors in 1991, smartly sold out of Bank of America and Citigroup before June 30. Cooperman reduced his weighting in financials by 3.6% during the quarter.

Leon Cooperman, Omega Advisors

Omega Advisors sold 2.5 million shares in Bank of America and 793 million shares of Citigroup before June 30. Since that date, Bank of America had fallen 35% and Citigroup had declined 28% this year. Cooperman also sold completely out of mortgage insurers

Radian Group

(RDN) - Get Report


PMI Group



Similarly, David Tepper's Appaloosa Management hedge fund unloaded Bank of America and Citigroup during the second quarter, according to the fund's latest 13F filing with the

Securities and Exchange Commission

. Hedge funds that manage more than $100 million are required to disclose their equity holdings, options and convertible debt on a Form 13F filed to the SEC within 45 days of the end of a quarter. Funds aren't required to report short positions betting on declines.

However, Cooperman wasn't bearish on all financial stocks during the second quarter. Omega Advisors added to positions in

SLM Corp.

(SLM) - Get Report


E*Trade Financial

(ETFC) - Get Report


JPMorgan Chase

(JPM) - Get Report



(MET) - Get Report

among others.

Cooperman also turned bearish on big-cap technology stocks, dumping entire stakes in


(MSFT) - Get Report



(HPQ) - Get Report



(QCOM) - Get Report

. In addition, the fund decreased its position in


(IBM) - Get Report


On the other hand, Omega Advisors added to positions in tech stocks


(AAPL) - Get Report


Citrix Systems

(CTXS) - Get Report

, and established a stake in


(EBAY) - Get Report

during the quarter.

Interestingly, Cooperman was most active in buying health-care and consumer-discretionary stocks. Omega Advisors established or added to positions in

Teva Pharmaceuticals

(TEVA) - Get Report


Boston Scientific

(BSX) - Get Report





UnitedHealth Group

(UNH) - Get Report

during the second quarter.

Among consumer-discretionary names, Cooperman bought shares of

General Motors

(GM) - Get Report


Discovery Communications

(DISCA) - Get Report


Time Warner




(LOW) - Get Report



(HAS) - Get Report


Best Buy

(BBY) - Get Report


-- Written by Robert Holmes in Boston


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