Significant Insider Trading Activity (Last 7 Days)

by badpauly

This is a list of the top 20 companies that experienced the largest change in insider shares in the last seven (7) days. The SEC defines an insider as any officer, director or 10% shareholder. It is not illegal for these people to buy or sell their own shares. In fact, since most of them get paid in stock options, it is expected. However, it is illegal for them to trade on inside information that has not been made public. So for example if there are drug trial results that are bad and not public, insiders cannot dump shares. That said, many people have observed that insiders – in general – seem to have a good track record at timing their purchases. All trades that are marked as part of a 10b5 plan are NOT excluded from this report.

Largest Insider Buying (Last 7 Days)

Company Count Shares Changed Avg. Price Value Change
DDMX / Dynamex Inc 3 675,000
NTG / Tortoise MLP Fund, Inc. 7 48,880,000 6,857,146 402,000,022,000,000
STON / StoneMor Partners L.P. 3 62,616 1,693 177,519,591
IFF / International Flavors & Fragrances, Inc 4 175,201 138 24,056,495
PLAN / Anaplan, Inc. 3 1,108,599 17 18,846,183
SIBN / SI-BONE, Inc. 5 1,250,000 15 18,750,000
ALN / American Lorain Corp. 2 2,352,942 4 10,000,004
FRED / Fred’s, Inc. 2 1,080,000 3 2,884,179
IPI / Intrepid Potash, Inc. 3 616,467 4 2,214,507
HY / Hyster-Yale Materials Handling, Inc. 551 22,353 63 1,399,310
BLK / BlackRock, Inc. 1 2,000 410 819,176
BDGE / Bridge Bancorp, Inc. 8 12,301 32 386,928
TCBI / Texas Capital Bancshares, Inc. 2 5,000 67 336,770
FHN / First Horizon National Corp. 9 15,750 16 250,077
FDX / FedEx Corp. 1 1,000 225 225,156
SNGX / Soligenix, Inc. 2 178,700 1 207,377
SVVC / Firsthand Technology Value Fund, Inc. 3 9,369 16 154,297
SIC / Select Interior Concepts, Inc. 1 13,734 10 140,444
HCAP / Harvest Capital Credit Corp 1 12,995 10 136,448

Largest Insider Selling (Last 7 Days)

Company Count Shares Change Avg. Price Value Change
CCXI / ChemoCentryx, Inc. 1 -7,343,492 12 -85,845,421
GRMN / Garmin Ltd. 6 -425,428 63 -26,678,292
LLY / Eli Lilly & Co. 1 -174,696 113 -19,783,623
ROKU / Roku Inc 1 -125,000 62 -7,776,800
NFLX / Netflix, Inc. 5 -21,882 337 -7,361,314
VG / Vonage Holdings Corp. 6 -500,000 14 -6,817,667
FLKS / Flex Pharma, Inc. 2 -6,425,722 1 -5,882,106
FISV / Fiserv, Inc. 1 -50,000 79 -3,946,000
NSW / International Seaways, Inc. 20 -170,630 21 -3,637,335
TST / TheStreet, Inc. 2 -1,755,000 2 -3,510,176
IART / Integra LifeSciences Holdings Corp. 2 -46,676 63 -2,949,519
KTN / Structured Products CorTS, Aon Capital A, 8.205% Certificates 1 -23,155 98 -2,267,847
FICO / Fair Isaac Corp. 2 -10,497 213 -2,235,398
INDU / Industrea Acquisition Corp. 1 -200,000 10 -2,044,000
TDOC / Teladoc, Inc. 1 -25,000 70 -1,757,250
GHDX / Genomic Health, Inc. 4 -25,000 66 -1,656,524
CRSP / CRISPR Therapeutics AG 1 -80,000 19 -1,540,000
PEP / PepsiCo, Inc. 1 -12,024 107 -1,286,487
TPIC / TPI Composites, Inc. 2 -43,386 26 -1,133,242
SAIL / SailPoint Technologies Holdings 2 -39,000 28 -1,095,198

Count column is number of transactions.

Source: Fintel.io/insiders

If you look at the original filing, the price is correct but the filing is for some bonds, which Fintel apparently was not prepared for. www.sec.gov/Archives/edgar/data/729057/000113777418000093/xslF345X03/primary_doc.xml

 

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