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Corporate Finance

Stock ownership

To find major stock ownership, go to:
Yahoo! Finance

  1. Look up the stock ticker in the search box.
  2. Scroll down to the middle of the page. 
  3. Among the links across the page, select Holders
  4. You'll see Major Holders Breakdowns.
  5. Beneath that, you'll see Top Institutional Holders and Top Mutual Fund Owners


Insider Trading
The federal securities laws require certain individuals (such as officers, directors, and those that hold more than 10% of any class of a company’s securities, together we’ll call, “insiders”) to report purchases, sales, and holdings of their company’s securities by filing Forms 3, 4, and 5.

For search instructions see:



Stock Exchanges and Indexes

Old Stock Certificates/ Obsolete Securities

We don't own these titles and you may not be able to request them on Interlibrary Loan.

However, you might be able to see them at a library near your home; you can do the following:
Select the title. Once the library record appears,
2. Scroll to the bottom of the record. 

3. Under Other Availability & Holdings,  select the link,
 Other Libraries Worldwide
4. The libraries that own this title will be listed by the distance from your home.


Wall Street Journal article:

Wealth Management (A Special Report) --- The Value of Old Money: Those long-ago-issued stock and bond certificates you've discovered may actually be worth something; Here's how to find out Rosenthal, Rachel . Wall Street Journal , Eastern edition; New York, N.Y. [New York, N.Y]10 June 2013: R.4.


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