I tried to paste FMR's entire holdings last week (but yahoo won't let me).
If you learned how to search the SEC's Edgar website you will find a bunch of funds (all at the same 245 Summer St., Boston address) which hold a total of 11.9M shares
FIDELITY SECURITIES FUND
FIDELITY ADVISOR SERIES VII
FIDELITY SALEM STREET TRUST
FIDELITY COMMONWEALTH TRUST
FIDELITY COVINGTON TRUST
FIDELITY CAPITAL TRUST
FIDELITY HASTINGS STREET TRUST
Fidelity Central Investment Portfolios LLC
FIDELITY DESTINY PORTFOLIOS
FIDELITY ADVISOR SERIES I
FIDELITY SELECT PORTFOLIOS
FIDELITY CONCORD STREET TRUST
VARIABLE INSURANCE PRODUCTS III
VARIABLE INSURANCE PRODUCTS FUND IV
VARIABLE INSURANCE PRODUCTS FUND
Yes, 30% of Insmed all held by "FMR" in various disguises.
Wells Fargo are also guilty of owning more than they confess to.
If insmed dilute me again, it makes a nice audit trail for the lawyers.
there are newer 13F-HR's than the one you mention too.
with Terry I agree: the longs are the shorts. insmed knows, aids and abets: Ayer Capital just one recent massive insider trade case-in point.
eventually insmed will serve ALL it's shareholders, not just it's buddies
.You wont get any responses that deal in reality.Good post.
.Iplex proved ( company's words) "no more effective than a sugar pill" There is no interest in iplex beyond ROP.
.The only ones believing iplex hype are a fewclowns here. Investors have moved on. To INSM shareholders iplex is .worth a minimal amount,if anything.. I was roundly ridiculed when I posted the rights for ROP would yield no more than 25 M- it was 11M- E.O.S.