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Who Owns the Nasdaq-99 Companies?

Use Neo4j to investigate institutional holdings in the stock market

Figure 1. Photo by Mathieu Stern on Unsplash

1. Data import and statistics

2. The strategy of Berkshire Hathaway

Table 1. The top 20 institutional inverstors and their investments in Nasdaq-99.
Figure 2. The top 20 institutions and their investments. Image by author.
Table 2. The top 20 institutional investors and their weighted investment metics in Nasdaq-99.

“It’s Far Better to Buy a Wonderful Company at a Fair Price Than a Fair Company at a Wonderful Price.”

Table 3. The Nasdaq-99 portfolio of Berkshire Hathaway.

3. Did institutions move the needle?

Table 4. Movements of the institutional investors and year-to-date returns of Nasdaq-99 in 2021.
Figure 3. Year-to-date return versus institutional volume of the Nasdaq-99 companies in 2021. The solid lines are the regression lines. Image by author.
Table 4. Shares changed between 2020–12–31 and 2021–09–30




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Sixing Huang

A Neo4j Ninja, German bioinformatician. I like to try things: Cloud, ML, satellite imagery, Japanese, plants, and travel the world.