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Form 13-F

A form that institutional investors managing more than $100 million in Section 13(f) securities must file with the SEC each quarter. Among other things, form 13-F discloses the names of investment managers, the types and numbers of securities owned (along with their CUSIP numbers), and the value of each security. Form 13-F helps the SEC promote transparency in the market.

Form 13-F

A quarterly report of security holdings filed with the SEC by large institutional investors.
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Related Link: Form 13F: What It Is And Why It's Important
The Form 13F Online Workstation is a do-it-yourself website created in 2013 for Institutional Investment Managers to easily file their 13F forms.
As per its Form 13F filings with the Securities and Exchange Commission, First Command held approximately 45.3 million shares of certain marketable securities (specifically, securities that are traded on public exchanges, including exchange-traded funds and individual stocks, but not mutual funds) as of Sept.
BERKSHIRE CUTS STAKE: In its Form 13F filed in mid-February, Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway (BRK.A, BRK.B) disclosed that it had reduced its stake in IBM by 94% to 2M shares in the final quarter of 2017.
This represents a premium of 45% to Neustar's closing stock price on November 11, 2016, the day prior to Golden Gate Capital's filing of a form 13F with the SEC disclosing an equity position in Neustar.
SEC Form 13F filings offer a source to locate ETF investors; however, significant limitations come with that material as well, including its timeliness.
It's equally weighted and includes stocks owned by hedge fund managers holding between 10 and 200 distinct equity positions, as reported in their most recent Form 13F filings.
According to its latest Form 13F filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), Boston Partners raised its stake in Cardinal Health Inc by 17.9% in Q4.
To study how ETFs affect securities markets, the authors combine data from the Center for Research in Security Prices, Compustat, Bloomberg, OptionMetrics, and Form 13F filings.
This method uses information from target Security Position Reports (SPRs) or from filings of SEC Form 13F, Information Required of Institutional Investment Managers Pursuant to Section 13(f) of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934 and Rules There under.
That's what its Form 13F filings with the Securities & Exchange Commission show.