Q1 2018 Sentiment Doubleline Opportunistic Credit Fund (NYSE:DBL)

June 19, 2018 - By Marguerite Chambers

Sentiment for Doubleline Opportunistic Credit Fund (NYSE:DBL)

Doubleline Opportunistic Credit Fund (NYSE:DBL) institutional sentiment increased to 1.18 in 2018 Q1. Its up 0.41, from 0.77 in 2017Q4. The ratio is better, as 26 investment managers opened new and increased equity positions, while 22 decreased and sold their equity positions in Doubleline Opportunistic Credit Fund. The investment managers in our partner’s database now possess: 2.96 million shares, up from 2.71 million shares in 2017Q4. Also, the number of investment managers holding Doubleline Opportunistic Credit Fund in their top 10 equity positions was flat from 0 to 0 for the same number . Sold All: 7 Reduced: 15 Increased: 17 New Position: 9.

The stock increased 0.43% or $0.09 during the last trading session, reaching $20.99. About 273,923 shares traded or 285.50% up from the average. DoubleLine Opportunistic Credit Fund (NYSE:DBL) has declined 16.59% since June 19, 2017 and is downtrending. It has underperformed by 29.16% the S&P500.

Apriem Advisors holds 1.34% of its portfolio in DoubleLine Opportunistic Credit Fund for 254,549 shares. Van Hulzen Asset Management Llc owns 130,284 shares or 0.86% of their US portfolio. Moreover, Robinson Capital Management Llc has 0.55% invested in the company for 82,837 shares. The Pennsylvania-based Addison Capital Co has invested 0.5% in the stock. Mariner Investment Group Llc, a New York-based fund reported 17,401 shares.

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