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John Wiley & Sons Inc (JW.A) Ownership Data

Short Interest History (%)

This is the historical short interest of John Wiley & Sons Inc, as measured by the short interest of float.

Institutional Ownership History (%)

This the Institutional Ownership History of John Wiley & Sons Inc Peter Lynch prefers to buy companies with low institutional ownership.

Insider ownership (%)

This is the historical insider ownership of John Wiley & Sons Inc. It is usually better to buy companies with large insider ownership. The company insiders' interest are more aligned with external shareholders in this case.

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Ney123456789
ReplyNey123456789 - 7 months ago
As long as they focus on being the dominant publication in each of their hundreds of small niches (which they can because of their network effects)they will be fine, think FORBES MAGAZINE.
Ney123456789
ReplyNey123456789 - 7 months ago
Wiley's profits, mainly come from niche publication where they are the market dominant player, great margins and a sustainable, expanding competitive advantage which they are now focusing on. the book business will die eventually. They may not grow mcuh, but they can cut cost in the future thanks to the web.

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