Correct me if I'm wrong, but my understanding is that the shares have essentially been sold to the underwriters, now it's their job to sell them to folks down market. As for who the biggest investors are, I guess you could keep tabs on the institutional ownership rankings or keep an eye out for any announcements buy the buyers or hedge fund notifications?
Yeah, it's unclear to me if all the shares have been sold or not.
If it works like an IPO, then yes, they shares are sold.
Also, Cramer mentioned today that the offering WAS oversubscribed. If that's the case, I assume that is why the $215 price was higher than earlier chatter around $208.
If it was oversubscribed, I wonder why more shares weren't sold. I thought underwriters had the option to sell more shares at their discretion. Maybe that would've dragged the offer price lower.