I read this extract in a link posted by a regular member on this forum.
"Every CEO knows that when buyers are more anxious to buy than sellers are to sell, share prices rise�and that they fall when the reverse happens. But fewer CEOs know that not every buyer or seller matters in this equation. Our research on the changing stock prices of more than 50 large US and European listed companies over two years1 makes it clear that a maximum of only 100 current and potential investors significantly influence the share prices of most large companies. By identifying these critical individual investors and understanding what motivates them, executives can predict how they will react to announcements�and more accurately estimate the direction of stock prices."
So the question I have is how to find out who the "most important" investors are in the stock that I am looking into.
I'm hoping someone will have the know how to answer this question on this forum
Thanks in advance