Hedge Funds & Institutional Holdings – A Short Guide

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What are the professionals doing? 

It’s a question most investors ask themselves every once in a while, and justifiably so. A large portion of the market is owned by professional investors\firms (like hedge funds, conglomerates, and others).

We as investors might want to watch what they are doing in real-time to get a better understanding of why\how the markets move and even get ideas for our own portfolio. Doing so can be instrumental to our own success. 

Hedge Funds Holdings

Lucky for us, in 1975, the United States Congress created the 13F requirement. The SEC form 13F is a quarterly report that is required to be filed by all institutional investment managers with at least $100 million in assets under management. The report discloses all holdings in the portfolio as well as recent actions. The report is fully available to the public. 

F13 FORM

To help with accessing all this information in a quick & user-friendly way, we came out with a brand new tool –  “Hedge Funds & Institutional Holdings Finder” – it’s an easy-to-use search engine that allows you to track holdings as well as find specific stocks & other assets.

Hedge Funds & Institutional Holdings Finder

If you find this tool useful, please let us know! 

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