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Most Sold by Hedge Funds

Most Sold by Hedge Funds

10.86k followers9 symbols Watchlist by Yahoo Finance

Follow this list to discover and track the stocks that were sold the most by hedge funds in the last quarter.

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Follow this list to discover and track the stocks that were sold the most by hedge funds in the last quarter.

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Performance

WatchlistChange Today1 Month Return1 Year ReturnTotal Return
Most Sold by Hedge Funds----
^GSPC-0.72%+1.59%+13.48%+3951.88%

9 Symbols

SymbolCompany NameLast PriceChange% ChangeMarket TimeVolumeAvg Vol (3 month)Market Cap
RTXRaytheon Technologies Corporation69.2-1.74-2.45%4:00 p.m. EST6.98M8.13M105.10B
KKRKKR & Co. Inc.40.72-0.26-0.63%4:00 p.m. EST2.11M2.54M23.18B
APOApollo Global Management, Inc.47.95-0.26-0.54%4:00 p.m. EST648.94k1.39M17.81B
JJacobs Engineering Group Inc.110.19-1.80-1.61%4:00 p.m. EST687.45k687.57k14.32B
MHKMohawk Industries, Inc.148.97-3.00-1.97%4:00 p.m. EST387.00k648.85k10.61B
PJTPJT Partners Inc.79.46-1.48-1.83%4:00 p.m. EST88.28k149.34k3.05B
MOVMovado Group, Inc.21.21+0.31+1.48%4:00 p.m. EST342.61k212.08k491.94M
RSSSResearch Solutions, Inc.2.75-0.03-1.08%4:00 p.m. EST8.65k58.37k72.20M
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