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US Stocks: Insiders & Institutions Ownership

by Patrick Fonce, 1559 days ago
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Here is another US fundamental data downloader that gets Ownership related numbers. The database which will contain the data is called "us_ownership" and here are the different items you can get:

Percent held by Insiders: The percentage of shares outstanding held by insiders. An insider is a person who has potential access to non-public information about the company.

Change in insider holdings: The percentage change of insider holdings over the past 12 weeks. A positive value indicates that insider holdings increased, while a negative value indicates that insider holdings decreased.

Number of insider buyers: The number of transactions that are initiated by insiders to buy shares of the company's stock.

Number of insider sellers: The number of transactions that are initiated by insiders to sell shares of the company's stock.

Percent held by Institutions: The percentage of shares outstanding held by institutional investors. Institutional investors are organizations that trade securities with large amounts of money; this includes pension funds, mutual funds, banks, brokerage firms and charitable trusts. Stocks with a large proportion of their shares held by institutional investors have generally a higher beta value and are more volatile that stocks with less institutional ownership proportion.

You can also get company's ownership fundamental data from another provider using the following item: Ownership data for US companies.

Detailed insiders transaction can also be downloaded using Insider Trading Data. This object downloads historical insider data for US stocks. It downloads information such as the number of shares in the transaction, the transaction amount, whether the insider is a director or a ten percent owner, the current number of shares owned by the insiders...


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