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 excluded from this report.

Largest Insider Buying (Last 7 Days)

Company Count Shares Changed Avg. Price Value Change
ANY / Sphere 3D Corp. 1 6,500,000
CALL / magicJack VocalTec Ltd. 1 14,998,699 9 130,638,668
COTY / Coty, Inc. 5 7,753,447 9 68,419,706
LYB / LyondellBasell Industries NV 2 486,773 95 46,287,024
APO / Apollo Global Management LLC 3 965,000 28 27,111,309
AMH / American Homes 4 Rent 6 1,073,453 20 21,705,967
EXTN / Exterran Corp. 2 439,881 24 10,361,210
ET / Exacttarget, Inc. 1 500,000 15 7,630,000
GHL / Greenhill & Co., Inc. 3 261,420 23 5,920,321
EGLE / Eagle Bulk Shipping, Inc. 24 682,210 5 3,117,457
UFI / Unifi, Inc. 4 89,500 27 2,413,456
HY / Hyster-Yale Materials Handling, Inc. 774 34,141 63 2,136,960
WTR / Aqua America, Inc. 5 44,637 33 1,465,442
COMM / CommScope Holding Company, Inc. 4 74,750 19 1,405,700
PAH / Platform Specialty Products Corp. 5 130,000 11 1,386,200
AAT / American Assets Trust Inc 5 33,967 39 1,322,992
INFI / Infinity Pharmaceuticals, Inc. 6 905,932 1 1,220,906
SUP / Superior Industries International, Inc. 8 136,233 8 1,101,255
ITRI / Itron, Inc. 2 20,000 53 1,057,586
WYNN / Wynn Resorts Ltd. 1 9,800 103 1,009,459

Largest Insider Selling (Last 7 Days)

Company Count Shares Change Avg. Price Value Change
ICUI / ICU Medical, Inc. 1 -2,500,000 209 -523,125,000
MRKT / Markit Ltd. 1 -5,800,000 50 -290,870,000
PG / Procter & Gamble Co. (The) 15 -421,145 93 -38,820,068
JNJ / Johnson & Johnson 1 -264,465 146 -38,600,968
LLY / Eli Lilly & Co. 2 -202,460 114 -23,025,979
EL / Estee Lauder Companies, Inc. (THE) 6 -154,781 145 -22,330,385
HD / Home Depot, Inc. (The) 3 -117,327 181 -21,168,284
GHDX / Genomic Health, Inc. 38 -262,146 80 -20,721,445
H / Hyatt Hotels Corp. 4 -290,276 69 -20,000,016
SCHW / Schwab Charles Corp 2 -383,000 47 -17,989,804
NVR / NVR, Inc. 1 -4,411 2,386 -10,524,337
RP / RealPage, Inc. 6 -204,600 50 -10,155,047
ADP / Automatic Data Processing, Inc. 4 -62,228 145 -9,059,498
BDX / Becton Dickinson & Co. 5 -36,974 240 -8,775,072
ETR / Entergy Corp. 7 -94,666 86 -8,127,281
MMI / Marcus & Millichap, Inc. 4 -200,000 37 -7,409,820
M / Macy’s, Inc. 1 -200,000 33 -6,618,180
WLK / Westlake Chemical Corp. 11 -88,639 72 -6,338,039
SCI / Service Corp. International 2 -137,000 44 -6,059,149
ZBRA / Zebra Technologies Corp. 4 -34,000 177 -6,053,309
TPIC / TPI Composites, Inc. 6 -230,416 24 -5,460,747

Count column is number of transactions.

Source: Fintel.io/insiders

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