Total Value of Institutional Investor Holdings

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Definition

The metric total value of institutional investor holdings refers to the dollar amount of the shares held by institutional investors for a specific company. These institutions can be banks, funds, large holdings companies, etc.

For example, if Smith Holdings is the only institutional investor invested in ZCharts at $100 per share and they own 10 shares, ZCharts' total value of institutional investor holdings would be equal to $1000.

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