Transocean Ltd (RIG) Most Held Switzerland Stock By Institutional Investors And Mutual Funds

Published: Wed Oct 06 2010 featured their monthly Switzerland rundown focusing on the most held stock and the stock with the highest confidence displayed by institutional investors. compiles the statistics from recent SEC filings by mutual funds and institutions to determine the positions taken and confidence in stocks by professional mutual fund managers and institutional investors.

Highlights included:

The top ten most held Switzerland stocks by number of owners:

Rank Owners Stock
1 1383 Transocean Ltd (RIG)
2 1179 Novartis Ag (NVS)
3 854 Nestle Sa (NSRGF)
4 806 Weatherford International Ltd (WFT)
5 771 Tyco Electronics Ltd (TEL)
6 717 Abb Ltd (ABB)
7 691 Roche Holding Ag (RHHBY)
8 624 Alcon Inc (ACL)
9 589 Credit Suisse Group Ag (CS)
10 514 Ubs Ag (UBS)

The top ten Switzerland stocks by institutional confidence:

Rank Score Stock
1 4.13 Banque Cantonale Vaudoise (BCVN.SW)
2 3.72 Mobimo Holding Ag (M1H.DE)
3 3.68 Modec Inc (6269.T)
4 3.54 Bank Coop Ag (BC.SW)
5 3.50 Also Holding Ag (ALSN.SW)
6 3.47 Allreal Holding Ag (ALLN.SW)
7 3.44 Alpha Systems Inc (4719.T)
8 3.40 Carrefour Sa (CRERF)
9 3.34 Petroplus Holdings Ag (PEPFF)
10 3.33 Baloise-Holding Ag (BLHEY)

Confidence scores range from 1 - 5 and the average of all activity for the stock.
1 = sold all shares.
2 = sold some but not all shares.
3 = no change
4 = bought more shares.
5 = new position.
The closer to 1 and 5 the more bullish and bearish oweners are for the stock.

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