Will Netflix’s New Series Make These Top Institutional Shareholders Happy?
It seems that TV audiences love bloody murder, and Netflix (NASDAQ: NFLX) will happily accommodate them. The streaming specialist releases all 13 episodes of new horror series Hemlock Grove on April 19, just three days before releasing its first-quarter earnings.
These institutional firms indicated owning shares of Netflix in Q1 2013. They reported owning a total of 22,670 shares on March 31st. The shares closed at $189.28 on that date.
Here are the ten largest positions in Netflix at the end of March 31, 2013.
Capital Research Global Investors held 6,683,485 shares on December 31, 2012 worth $618,823,852. This brought the portfolio total to 0.29 percent.
Carl Icahn held 5,541,066 shares $513,047,281. This brought the portfolio total to 3.99 percent.
Shell Asset Management Co. held 15,862 shares on March 31st worth $2,224. This brought the portfolio total to 0.03 percent.
First Citizens Bank & Trust co held 5,122 shares worth $969,000. This brought the portfolio total to 0.03 percent.
Fulton Bank held 1,116 shares worth $211,000. This brought the portfolio total to 0.03 percent.
Tower Research Capital held 570 shares worth $108,000. This brought the portfolio total to 0.02 percent.
Bank of America Corporation /de/ held 0 shares worth $0. This brought the portfolio total to 0 percent.
Mizuho Securities USA held 0 shares worth $0. This brought the portfolio total to o percent.
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