Institutional Ownership is a situation in which a company’s majority shareholder or sole owner is an institutional investor such as a mutual fund, insurance company, closed-end investment company, or something else.
Institutional ownership is ownership of a company’s stock by mutual funds, pension funds, and other institutional investors, generally expressed as percentage of outstanding shares. A high proportion of institutional ownership may result in relatively large changes in a stock’s price, as institutions tend to buy and sell the same stocks at the same time.
Dollar General Corp. (NYSE:DG) institutional ownership was 96%. The stock has the market capitalization of $ 21.04B while it’s 294.66M shares were outstanding. The price to sale ratio was 1.07. Net profit margin of the company was 5.70 % while operating profit margin as 9.50 %. Stock volatility for the month was 2.69 % while for the week was 2.07 %.
With 91% institutional stake, Tesoro Corporation (NYSE:TSO) has the market capitalization of $ 11.56B while its 123.10M shares were outstanding. The company offers 53.80 % sales in prior five years. Net profit margin of corporation was 3.70 %. Shares of company were moving below of 50 days simple moving average with -3.49 % while 200 days simple moving average with 8.41 %.
Precision Castparts Corp. (NYSE:PCP) institutional ownership is held at 92% while inside ownership was 0.10%. The company has the market capitalization of $ 31.52B. Its EPS was 10.28 while outstanding shares of the company were 137.50M. The Company’s Net profit margin was 14.60 % while gross profit margin was 31.80 %. The company earned $ 1.46B in prior twelve months on revenue of $ 9.90B.
Boston Scientific Corporation (NYSE:BSX) has the market capitalization of $ 23.12B while 1.34B shares were outstanding. Beta factor, which is used to measure risk associated with the stock, was 1.01 .Return on equity was booked as -2.40 % while return on assets was -0.90 %. The stock’s institutional ownership stands at 92%.