T-Mobile US Inc (NASDAQ:TMUS) shares are down slightly in pre-market trading this morning, despite the fact that the company has outranked the other three major mobile carries, Verizon, Sprint, and AT&T, according to consumer reports.
T-Mobile US Inc (NASDAQ:TMUS) received an overall score of 73/100, beating out Verizon who received a 70, AT&T (68) and Sprint (67). While this might sound as though it is positive news for T-Mobile, it’s more the case of customers being the least dissatisfied with the company. Regional carriers, such as Tin, Jitterbug, U.S. Cellular, Virgin Mobile and Consumer Cellular, tended to rank well above the “big 4” when it comes to service.
The stock closed at $34.56 during the last trading session. It is down 2.10% since May 1, 2015 and is uptrending. It has outperformed the S&P500 by 4.88%.
The institutional sentiment increased to 1.43 in Q2 2015. It’s up 0.30, from 1.13 in 2015Q1. The ratio increased, as 46 funds sold all their T-Mobile US Inc shares they owned while 102 reduced their positions. 84 funds bought stakes while 128 increased their total positions. Institutions now own 299.19 million shares which is 4.85% more than the previous share count of 285.34 million in 2015Q1.
Quaker Capital Investments Llc holds 19.47% of its total portfolio in T-Mobile US Inc, equating to 795,271 shares. Karamaan Group Llc owns 203,840 shares representing 7.88% of their total US portfolio. Moreover, Sarbit Advisory Services Inc. has 7.39% of their total portfolio invested in the company, equating to 1.33 million shares. The New York-based Seminole Management Co. Inc. has a total of 5.47% of their portfolio invested in the stock. Contour Asset Management Llc, a New York-based fund reported 2.86 million shares owned.