Insider Transactions Ratio

Insider Transactions Ratio The Insider Transactions Ratio (officer, director or owner of 10% or more of a class of a company’s securities) is back in the bullish zone.   Image: Barron’s

Insiders Sales in U.S. Listed Companies

Insiders Sales in U.S. Listed Companies Last month, U.S. executives sold stocks in their own companies as the S&P 500 rallies on. This is the biggest burst of selling since 2015. Image: Financial Times

Insider Sell vs. Buy Ratio

Insider Sell vs. Buy Ratio A warning sign? Corporate insiders are starting to sell stocks as the S&P 500 rallies on. Image: Bloomberg

S&P 500 and Insider Buy vs. Sell Ratio

S&P 500 and Insider Buy vs. Sell Ratio Insider buying is at its highest level in nine years, as executives are confident their businesses will recover. Image: CNBC

Insider Buy vs. Sell Ratio and S&P 500

Insider Buy vs. Sell Ratio and S&P 500 Insider buying is at its highest level in nine years, but recent history shows that insiders tend to be early in picking the bottom. Image: Bloomberg

U.S. Insider Stock Sales and Recessions

U.S. Insider Stock Sales and Recessions In the United States, insider stock sales rise at their highest level in about 20 years, as recession worries mount. Image: Financial Times