John Hancock Tax-advantaged Global Shareholder Yield Fund Institutional Investor Sentiment Worsened in Q2 2018

September 16, 2018 - By Kyle Williams

Sentiment for John Hancock Tax-advantaged Global Shareholder Yield Fund (NYSE:HTY)

John Hancock Tax-advantaged Global Shareholder Yield Fund (NYSE:HTY) institutional sentiment decreased to 0.67 in 2018 Q2. Its down -0.33, from 1 in 2018Q1. The ratio dropped, as 4 institutional investors started new or increased holdings, while 6 trimmed and sold stakes in John Hancock Tax-advantaged Global Shareholder Yield Fund. The institutional investors in our partner’s database reported: 1.51 million shares, up from 1.40 million shares in 2018Q1. Also, the number of institutional investors holding John Hancock Tax-advantaged Global Shareholder Yield Fund in their top 10 holdings was flat from 0 to 0 for the same number . Sold All: 3 Reduced: 3 Increased: 2 New Position: 2.

The stock increased 1.21% or $0.09 during the last trading session, reaching $7.52. About 94,229 shares traded or 44.54% up from the average. John Hancock Investments – John Hancock Tax-Advantaged Global Shareholder Yield Fund (NYSE:HTY) has declined 15.60% since September 16, 2017 and is downtrending. It has underperformed by 31.22% the S&P500.

Clenar Muke Llc holds 0.03% of its portfolio in John Hancock Investments – John Hancock Tax-Advantaged Global Shareholder Yield Fund for 67,964 shares. Guggenheim Capital Llc owns 134,431 shares or 0.01% of their US portfolio. Moreover, Bank Of America Corp De has 0% invested in the company for 19,979 shares. The New York-based Citigroup Inc has invested 0% in the stock. Lpl Financial Llc, a California-based fund reported 59,991 shares.

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