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Institutional Investments are advanced, high-volume investments made by organizations including banks, insurance companies, hedge funds, and pension funds who hold and invest large cash reserves. Institutional Investment trades comprise the largest share of stock market trading volume, making up approximately 70 percent of daily trading.
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