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Ownership data for US companies

by Patrick Fonce, 3604 days ago
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This item downloads Ownership data for US stocks. The data is downloaded from the finviz website and a total of nine ownership ratios are retrieved. The fundamental ratios are stored into the following database 'fund_ownsership', which is a custom historical database.
Each time you run the downloader, a pre-script that I have created, assign a date to the downloaded data. The date is the first date of the week (Monday). This means that the item should be run once a week.

The ownership ratios are:
mktcap: The market capitalization of the company.
outstanding: The number of common shares owned by the public. It is the number of total shares minus the number of shares held in treasury.
float: The number of common shares owned by the public and available for trading
insider_own: The percentage of shares owned by the company management
insider_trans: The percentage of shares that are purchased or sold by the company management
inst_own: The percentage of shares owned by institutional investors
inst_trans: The percentage of shares that are purchased or sold by institutional investors
float_short: The number of shorted shares divided by the total shares float (percentage)
short_ratio: The short ratio or the short interest ratio, is the number of shares outstanding that are shorted (sold short), divided by the average daily volume.

Here is a list of some other fundamental data downloader for stocks that trade in the United States:
Financial fundamental data for US companies
Valuation ratios for US stocks


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