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Institutional investors are the biggest component of the so-called "smart money" group. There are generally six types of institutional investors: pension funds, endowment funds, insurance companies, commercial banks, mutual funds and hedge funds.
Most institutional investors in the U.S. are regulated by the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). Institutional investors must file a Form 13F with the SEC to report their quarterly holdings; they must also file a Form 13G if they own more than 5% of a company's stock. Retail investors can use these public filings to peek into what institutions are buying or selling each quarter.
Institutional investors have the resources to do extensive research on wide-ranging investment options, and due to their specialized knowledge, they generally have an edge over retail investors. Portfolio managers often meet personally with company executives, study entire industries, and evaluate companies in depth before making specific investment decisions.
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