Institutional investors, meanwhile, have gone in heavily on water utilities, which is likely a major reason behind the rally in water utility stocks.
As of August 14, 2016, the percentage of float held in AES by institutional investors increased by nearly 0.4% compared to June 30, 2016.
The percentage of float held by institutional investors in NRG Energy declined by nearly 3% from June 30 to August 14, 2016.
Nearly 70% of Enterprise Products Partners’ (EPD) floating shares are currently held by more than 1,000 institutional investors.
Nearly 35% of Alon USA Partners’ floating shares are currently held by ~62 institutional investors. This percentage has risen from 34% at the end of 1Q16.
The percentage of float held in AES Corporation by institutional investors decreased by nearly 0.4% in the month ended July 8.
Institutional investors decreased their positions in NRG Energy (NRG) in June 2016.
Nearly 24% of Hi-Crush Partners’ (HCLP) floating shares are currently held by ~77 institutional investors.
Almost 92% of Anadarko Petroleum’s (APC) floating shares are currently held by 1,303 institutional investors. The percentage of float held has remained mostly the same since 1Q16.
Nearly 70% of Phillips 66 Partners’ (PSXP) floating shares are currently held by ~195 institutional investors.
Nearly 20.9% of Calumet’s floating shares are held by ~139 institutional investors. The percentage of float held decreased from nearly 24.2% at the end of 1Q16.
Nearly 8.7% of CVR Refining’s (CVRR) floating shares are currently held by ~120 institutional investors.
Nearly 88% of Targa Resources’ (TRGP) floating shares are currently held by ~455 institutional investors.
Alps Advisors, Nomura Holdings, and Oppenheimer Funds are the three biggest institutional holders of Enbridge Energy Partners’ stock.
Nearly 63% of ONEOK Partners’ (OKS) floating shares are currently held by more than 370 institutional investors.
Colgate-Palmolive (CL) and Clorox (CLX) are trading at higher valuations relative to the S&P 500 Index (SPY) and the Dow Jones Industrial Average (DIA).
Colgate is adding the greatest number of new shoppers among fast-moving consumer goods companies. Most are in India.
In Brazil, 70% of women are in the range of 18–49 years old, and Colgate has a lower CPM (cost per thousand) than TV for this group—60% of the cost.
Colgate-Palmolive’s (CL) global budget for spending in digital space is 20%–25%, but in some countries, it could be higher.
Colgate-Palmolive’s global market share is ~45%. It is the leading toothpaste compared to Oral-B and Close-up, especially in emerging markets like India.