Reading Exelon’s Recent Institutional Investor Activity
Exelon’s institutional ownership
In this part of our series, we’ll assess what institutional investors have been doing recently with their holdings in Exelon (EXC).
According to the most recent filing available, the largest institutional investor in Exelon, Vanguard Group, added 4.5 million EXC net shares in 2Q17. This brought Vanguard’s total stake to approximately 7.2%.
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State Street Global Advisors sold 1.2 million net shares of Exelon in 2Q17, and it now holds 5.8% of Exelon’s total free-floating shares.
Fidelity Management is the third-largest institutional investor in Chicago-based Exelon. Fidelity added 5.4 million net shares in 2Q17, and it now holds 5.5%, or 52.4 million shares, of Exelon’s total free-floating shares.
To learn more about institutional ownership in the largest utility in the country, NextEra Energy, check out Market Realist’s “A Look at Institutional Ownership in NextEra Energy.”
Continue to the next part of this series for a closer look at Exelon’s implied volatility—and what it could mean.