Brokerage firms boost Check Point by 73%

Brokerage firms boost Check Point by 73%

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Capital brokerage firms boosted its position in Check Point Software Technologies by 73%, based on its most recent 13F form document with the Security and Exchange Commission throughout the Fiscal Q2.




Capital brokerage holdings in Check Point Software Technologies was valued at US$98,000 during the latest final quarter, and the hedge fund held 8,984 stocks of technology firms shares, after making an extra 609 shares.

Despite the company’s previous 1-year low was US$74.32 and its 1-year high was US$116.63, it began trading at 109.03.

Along with a stock beta of 0.72, Check Point’s share is valued at US$17.81, with a price to earnings ratio of 24.19.

Cambridge Investment analysis advisors raised its stake in Check Point Software Technologies by 3.0% in the Fiscal Q2, and Renaissance Group raised its stake by 2.4% in the Fiscal Q2.

Scooping up an extra 3,410 stocks in the previous period, Renaissance Group has an ownership of 145,123 stocks of the technology firms shares valued at US$15,830,000.

Svenska Handelsbanken AB raised its stake in Check Point Software Technologies by 24.7% in the Fiscal Q2, with an ownership of 21,700 stocks of the technology firms shares valued at US$2,367,000 after collecting up an extra 4,300 stocks in its last period.

Pacer Advisors bought a fresh stake in Check Point Software Technologies through out the Fiscal Q2 worth at US$243,000.

Lastly, Mitsubishi UFJ Trust & Banking raised its stake in Check Point Software Technologies by 7.7% in the Fiscal Q2. Mitsubishi UFJ Trust & Banking has an ownership of 283,553 stocks of the technology firms shares valued at US$30,930,000, and extra 20,152 stocks in the previous period.

Investment firms and many large funds have an ownership of 67.82% of the firms stock.

Written by Leah Alger