13F filings: Hedge funds’ statistics for CVR Refining
In the first quarter, 12 hedge funds bought CVR Refining’s (CVRR) stock and three sold of CVRR stock. So the total buying hedge funds outnumbered the total selling hedge funds by nine. As of March 31, six hedge funds held CVRR in their portfolios. One hedge fund counts CVRR among its top-ten holdings.
From the aggregate number of shares point of view, we see that 13F filing hedge funds increased their aggregate CVRR holdings by 0.16%, from ~2.29 million shares to ~2.30 million shares.
13F filings: Hedge funds’ statistics for INT, SU, and YPF
Like CVRR, hedge funds bought World Fuel Services (INT) stock. Hedge funds increased their aggregate holdings in YPF by 16.06%, from ~4.75 million shares to ~5.52 million shares.
Hedge funds decreased their Suncor Energy (SU) holdings by 5.70%, from ~49.47 million shares to ~46.65 million shares.
Hedge funds decreased their aggregate holdings in YPF (YPF) by 11.10%, from ~25.64 million shares to ~22.80 million shares.
13Fs are an SEC mandate that need to be submitted by all hedge funds who manage more than $100 million in assets. These hedge funds have access to in-depth research and greater capital. Typically, when institutional investors buy a stock, there’s a chance the stock could do well.