[ in·sid·er trade ]
Insider is a term describing a director or senior officer of a publicly traded company, as well as any person or entity, that beneficially owns more than 10% of a company's voting shares. Insiders have to comply with strict disclosure requirements with regard to the sale or purchase of the shares of their company.
Cynthia Jane Comparin, a Director a Universal Display Corp buys 2,300 shares
Patrick Bartels buys 3000 shares of Arch Resources at $45.87 for a value of $137,595.
Thomas Harrington, CEO at PRMW increased his position of Primo Water Corp by 35,000 at a price of $14.53.
Scott Bok buys 33,095 shares of his capital markets company totaling $493,420
Christina Brickman buys 10,000 shares of her Beauty Supply company for a value of $145,200 adding to her 450,000 shares owned
Timothy Myers increased his position of Arconic Corp NYSE ARNC by 5000 shares this month.
Nkosi Monde buys 30,291 shares at $5.99 of company.
- CEO of a Prosthetic & Surgical Appliances & Supplies company buys 808,204 shares to increase his holding 265%
- Director increases his share of Biopharma company by 9 million shares.
- CEO of educational services company buy 40,000 shares of company
- Chief Medical Director buys shares of Biopharma company