Updated from August, 14 to reflect change in Tiger Global.

NEW YORK (

TheStreet

) -- Institutional investment managers added shares of

Amazon

(AMZN) - Get Amazon.com, Inc. Report

to their shopping cart during the quarter ending in June, according to

Securities and Exchange Commission

13F filings.

The Seattle, Wash.-based company's long-term investment horizon and resulting

razor-thin margins

did not deter investors in the June quarter, as shares notched a 12.76% gain, compared to a 5.05% loss in the

Nasdaq

. ending in June. Year-to-date, shares have gained 34.71%.

Tremblant Capital Group

-- This hedge fund is a new Amazon shareholder,

purchasing

217,957 shares during the quarter.

SAC Capital Advisors LP

-- The Connecticut-based hedge fund run by Steven Cohen

raised

his stake 194,224 shares for a total holding of 308,341.

Tiger Global Management LLC

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-- Seeded by legendary investor and founder of

Tiger Management

, Julian Robertson, Tiger Global Management is known as a "Tiger Cub." The fund, founded by Chase Coleman,

increased

its holding of Amazon by 164,000 shares this quarter, reaching 346,000 shares total.

Tiger Consumer Management LLC

-- Not all "Tiger Cubs" added shares of Amazon during the quarter. Tiger Consumer Management, which is focused on the consumer sector,

sold

its entire position of Amazon during the quarter, or 176,679 shares.

Amazon shares ended slightly higher in Tuesday trading, up 0.32% to close at $233.19.

--Written by Nathalie Pierrepont in New York.

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