Consolidated Edison, Inc. (ED)
NYSE:ED

Consolidated Edison (ED) Hedge Fund Trading Activity

1,810 Followers
Trend: Hedge Funds Decreased Holdings by 27.1K Shares Last Quarter

Hedge Fund Holdings in ED

Based on the 13F filings of 483 Hedge Funds submitted to the SEC.
See how hedge fund holdings have changed over the past year. The columns represent the number of shares owned by hedge funds.

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Based on activity of 10 Hedge Funds in the recent quarter
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Hedge Fund Activity​

Hedge Fund Manager
Star Ranking
Firm
Activity
Holding Change
Value Reported
% of Portfolio
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Moore Capital Management LP
Sold Out
-100.00%
0.00%
Portland Investment Counsel Inc.
Sold Out
-100.00%
0.00%
Hussman Strategic Advisors Inc
Not Changed
0.00%
$85760
0.01%
Private Capital Management, LLC
Not Changed
0.00%
$220317
0.03%
Fisher Asset Management LLC
Added
0.64%
$258137
<0.01%
Sheaff Brock Investment Advisors LLC
Not Changed
0.00%
$284894
0.03%
Wedgewood Partners Inc
Not Changed
0.00%
$450240
0.08%
Hirtle Callaghan & Co Llc
New
100.00%
$686080
0.05%
Gotham Asset Management LLC
Reduced
-32.48%
$798254
0.02%
Bridgewater Associates, LP
Reduced
-17.00%
$7878685
0.04%

FAQ

Which hedge funds hold Consolidated Edison?
The hedge funds that hold the most shares in Consolidated Edison are Ray Dalio, Joel Greenblatt and Ranji H. Nagaswami.
    Are hedge funds buying or selling ED?
    In the last quarter hedge funds have Decreased their holdings in Consolidated Edison by 27.1K shares.
      Where can I see a list of the best rated hedge funds?
      You can see a list of the best hedge funds here.
        Who is the best-performing hedge fund manager?
        The top-rated hedge fund managers can be seen here: Top Hedge Fund Managers
          Does Warren Buffet hold shares in Consolidated Edison stock?
          Warren Buffet currently does not own shares in Consolidated Edison.
          What is a 13F filing, and how does it help investors?
          A 13F form, also known as a "Report of Investment Manager," is a quarterly report that investment advisors registered with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) must file if they manage at least $100 million in assets. The 13F form lists all of the publicly traded securities that the investment advisor owns as of the end of the reporting period. To read more about the 13F, click here

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