Ownership Change to Note: Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corp Q2 2016 Institutional Investor Sentiment Better Than Expected

November 21, 2016 - By Adrian Mccoy   ·   0 Comments

Ownership Change to Note: Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corp  Q2 2016 Institutional Investor Sentiment  Better Than Expected

Sentiment for Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corp (OTCMKTS:FMCC)

Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corp (OTCMKTS:FMCC) institutional sentiment increased to Infinity in 2016 Q2. Its up Infinity, from 1 in 2016Q1. The ratio has improved, as 1 investment professionals increased or started new stock positions, while 1 cut down and sold equity positions in Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corp. The investment professionals in our partner’s database now own: 1.94 million shares, up from 1.65 million shares in 2016Q1. Also, the number of investment professionals holding Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corp in their top 10 stock positions was flat from 0 to 0 for the same number . Sold All: 1 Reduced: 0 Increased: 0 New Position: 1.

Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation is a government-sponsored enterprise . The company has a market cap of $2.00 billion. The Firm is engaged in the investment of mortgage loans and mortgage-related securities. It has a 69.49 P/E ratio. The Firm operates in three divisions: Single-family Guarantee, Multifamily and Investments.

About 2.35 million shares traded hands. Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corp (OTCMKTS:FMCC) has risen 76.00% since April 19, 2016 and is uptrending. It has outperformed by 72.14% the S&P500.

According to Zacks Investment Research, “Freddie Mac is a stockholder-owned corporation that supports homeownership and rental housing. Freddie Mac purchases single-family and multifamily residential mortgages and mortgage-related securities, which it finances primarily by issuing mortgage passthrough securities and debt instruments in the capital markets. (Company Press Release)”

Schaller Investment Group Inc holds 0.41% of its portfolio in Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corp for 300,000 shares. Botty Investors Llc owns 24,400 shares or 0.03% of their US portfolio. Moreover, Ruane Cunniff & Goldfarb Inc has 0.03% invested in the company for 1.50 million shares. The Illinois-based William Harris Investors Inc has invested 0.01% in the stock. Apriem Advisors, a California-based fund reported 1,500 shares.#img1#

FMCC Company Profile

Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation is a government-sponsored enterprise (GSE). The Firm is engaged in the investment of mortgage loans and mortgage-related securities. The Firm operates in three divisions: Single-family Guarantee, Multifamily and Investments. The Company’s Single-family Guarantee segment reflects results from the Company’s single-family credit guarantee activities. The Multifamily segment reflects results from its investment, securitization and guarantee activities in multifamily loans and securities. The Investments segment reflects results from managing its mortgage-related investments portfolio (excluding Multifamily segment investments and single-family seriously delinquent loans), its treasury function (including funding and liquidity) and interest rate risk. The Firm purchases residential mortgages originated by mortgage lenders. It packages the mortgage loans into mortgage-related securities, which are guaranteed by the Company and are sold in the global capital markets. It does not originate mortgage loans or lend money directly to consumers.

Another recent and important Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corp (OTCMKTS:FMCC) news was published by Washingtonpost.com which published an article titled: “Home sales for Calvert, Charles and St. Mary’s counties” on November 16, 2016.

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