Institutional Investors Who Sold Out

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Definition

The metric institutional investors who sold out refers to the number of institutional investors who sold all shares of a particular company in a month. These institutions can be banks, funds, large holdings companies, etc.

For example, if Smith Holdings was the only institutional investor invested in Apple and Smith Holdings sold all their Apple shares in July, Apple's institutional investors who sold out would be 1 for the month of July. This metric is updated monthly.

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