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

Short Interest History (%)

This is the historical short interest of John Wiley & Sons Inc, as measured by the Short Percentage Of Shares Outstanding.

Date Short Interest
June 15, 20150.03
March 13, 20150.01
February 27, 20150.01
December 15, 20140.01
October 15, 20140.03
September 30, 20140.03
September 15, 20140.01
August 29, 20140.01
August 15, 20140.01
July 31, 20140.01
July 15, 20140.04
June 30, 20140.03
June 13, 20140.01
May 30, 20140.01
May 15, 20140.01
April 30, 20140.01
April 15, 20140.02
March 31, 20140.03
March 14, 20140.02
January 31, 20140.01
December 13, 20130.01
November 29, 20130.01
October 31, 20130.01
September 13, 20130.01
August 30, 20130.01
August 15, 20130.01
July 31, 20130.01
July 15, 20130.01
June 28, 20130.01
June 14, 20130.01
May 31, 20130.01
May 15, 20130.01
April 30, 20130.02
April 15, 20130.02
March 28, 20130.01
March 15, 20130.09
February 28, 20130.01
January 15, 20130.02
December 31, 20121.41
December 14, 20121.41
November 30, 20121.39
November 15, 20121.39
October 31, 20121.41
October 15, 20121.43
September 28, 20121.39
September 14, 20121.4
August 31, 20121.39
August 15, 20121.39
July 31, 20121.41
July 13, 20121.33
June 29, 20121.39
June 15, 20121.38
May 31, 20121.38
May 15, 20121.39
April 30, 20121.39
April 13, 20121.39
March 30, 20121.39
March 15, 20121.39
February 29, 20121.41
February 15, 20121.41
January 31, 20121.42
January 13, 20121.42
December 30, 20111.42
December 15, 20111.31
November 30, 20111.31
November 15, 20111.33
October 31, 20111.34
October 14, 20111.31
September 30, 20111.36
September 15, 20111.32
August 31, 20111.34
August 15, 20111.32
July 29, 20111.37
July 15, 20111.34
June 30, 20111.29
June 15, 20111.31
May 31, 20111.54
May 13, 20111.78
April 29, 20112.15
April 15, 20112.2
March 31, 20111.33
March 15, 20111.13
February 28, 20111.05
February 15, 20111.04
January 31, 20111.02
January 14, 20111.01
December 31, 20101.01
December 15, 20101.03
November 30, 20101.03
November 15, 20101.02
October 29, 20100.82
October 15, 20100.8
September 30, 20100.68
September 15, 20100.6
August 31, 20100.53
August 13, 20100.4
July 30, 20100.05
August 29, 20080.01
August 15, 20080.01
July 31, 20080.01
April 10, 20020.01
February 12, 20020.01
June 12, 20010.01
June 12, 20000.01
September 8, 19980.02
December 8, 19970.06
November 7, 19970.08
October 8, 19970.05
September 8, 19970.04
June 6, 19970.02
November 8, 19950.02
March 8, 19950.04

Institutional Ownership History (%)

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

Date Institutional Ownership
June 30, 20151
March 31, 20151
December 31, 20131
September 30, 20131
June 30, 20131
March 31, 20131
December 31, 20121
September 30, 20121
June 30, 20121
March 31, 20121
December 31, 20111
September 30, 20111
June 30, 20111
March 31, 20111
December 31, 20101
September 30, 20101
June 30, 20101
March 31, 20101
December 31, 20091
September 30, 20091
June 30, 20091
December 31, 20071
September 30, 20071
March 31, 20071
December 31, 20061
September 30, 20061
June 30, 20061
March 31, 20061
March 31, 20051
December 31, 20042
September 30, 20042
June 30, 20048
March 31, 20042
December 31, 20032
September 30, 20032
June 30, 20032
March 31, 20032
December 31, 20022
September 30, 20022
June 30, 20022
March 31, 20022
December 31, 20012
September 30, 20012
June 30, 20012
March 31, 20012
December 31, 20002
September 30, 20002
June 30, 20002
March 31, 20003

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.

Date Insider Ownership
April 30, 20156
March 31, 20156
February 28, 20156
January 31, 20156
December 31, 20146
November 30, 20146
October 31, 20146
September 30, 20146
August 31, 20146
April 30, 20081
March 31, 20081
February 29, 20081
January 31, 20081
December 31, 20071
November 30, 20071
October 31, 20071
September 30, 20071
August 31, 20071
July 31, 20071
June 30, 20071
May 31, 20071
April 30, 20071
March 31, 20071
February 28, 20071
January 31, 20071
December 31, 20061
November 30, 20061
October 31, 20061
September 30, 20061
June 30, 20068
May 31, 20068
April 30, 20068
March 31, 20068
February 28, 20068
January 31, 20068
December 31, 20058
November 30, 20058
October 31, 20058
September 30, 20058
August 31, 20058
July 31, 20058
June 30, 20058
May 31, 20058
April 30, 20058
March 31, 20058
February 28, 20058
January 31, 20058
December 31, 200410
November 30, 200410
October 31, 200410
September 30, 200410
August 31, 200410
July 31, 200410
June 30, 200410
May 31, 200410
April 30, 200410
March 31, 200410
February 29, 200410

Top Direct Holders

HolderPositionShares% of Shares
Outstanding
Report Date
Mary Jo O'LearyN/A11,079less than 0.1%2014-04-30
Ms. Reed ElfenbeinN/A10,366less than 0.1%2014-07-17

Top Fund Holders

HolderSharesReport Date% of Shares
Outstanding
% of Total
Assets Managed
Market Value($1000)
Bank of Nova Scotia   Premium Plus200,0002015-03-310.340.0512,206,000
City National Bank   Premium Plus37,4572015-03-310.060.022,286,000
Cannell Peter B & CO Inc   Premium Plus20,0002015-03-310.030.041,221,000
Dimensional Fund Advisors, Inc.   Premium Plus18,2022015-03-310.03N/A1,111,000
Neuberger Berman LLC   Premium Plus16,3272015-03-310.03N/A996,000
Gabelli Funds LLC   Premium Plus12,8002015-03-310.02N/A781,000
Gabelli Small Cap Growth Fund12,0002015-03-310.020.02732,360
DFA U.S. Core Equity II Fund7,5022015-05-310.01N/A434,741
DFA US Core Equity I Fund4,6382015-05-310.01N/A268,772
Reynders McVeigh Capital Management, LLC   Premium Plus4,1002015-03-310.010.04250,000

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User Comments

Ney123456789
ReplyNey123456789 - 1 year 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 - 1 year 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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