Institutional Investors’ Shareholding Pattern - A Key To Spot Potential Gems: HDFC Securities
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HDFC Securities Report
Equity markets consist of an array of investor groups with different investment horizons, inherent prowess, and investment scale. One such investor group consists of institutional investors who are essential participants in any stock market. This holds especially true for the Indian equity market where Foreign Institutional Investors and Domestic Institutional Investors accounted for ~70% of the total free float market capitalisation as of Q2 FY22.
Total FII ownership of Indian equities stood at 21.5%, as of Q2 FY22, and has consistently been over 20% since Q4 FY13. Naturally, the scale of investment and dynamism in buying and selling make FIIs critical influencers in stock price movements.
Furthermore, since they are astute and informed investors, monitoring their holding patterns in specific industries and companies can give insights into the pockets of the Indian economy that they are bullish on.
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