Form 13F is a form institutional investors who manage over $100 million must file with the SEC which documents the investor's holdings. The report, which must be filed quarterly, will include company names, numbers of shares, and other securities held, and the market value. This is useful if you want to find out the latest holdings of your favorite fund manager. Form 13F can be found on the SEC's EDGAR database, found here.
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