Jack Schuler is the former President/COO of Abbott Laboratories and a biotech entrepreneur with a penchant for investing in medical stocks both large and small. On Aug. 31, Schuler filed a 13D/A disclosing the purchase of 365,291 shares of the bioscience company Yield10 (YTEN) @ 4.25. At that...
Value Investor Clifford Sosin, founder and manager of CAS Investment Partners, runs a concentrated portfolio -- as of Q2's close the fund held only five positions. However, an equal-weighted portfolio of those five stocks is up 80% Year-to-date. The fund's top holding, online car retailer Carvana (CVNA),...
Tiger Global has been selling Sunrun shares as fellow "Tiger Cub" Coatue Management buys shares of the solar systems retailer. Sunrun Inc. (RUN) has been a huge winner for Tiger Global, surging 352% year-to-date. But since Oct. 1, the $41B hedge fun run by Chase Coleman has...
Jeff Bezos sold $3B of Amazon stock on Nov. 2 - Nov. 3. The world's richest person unloaded 1 million shares of his company at an average price of $3022.84. Amazon(AMZN) closed today at $3143.74, down 4.57%. The sales reduced the founder's stake in the giant online...
Hanesbrands (HBI) Chairman of the Board Ronald Nelson bought 50,000 shares of the apparel company at $12.73 on Nov. 9. The long-time Hanesbrands insider disclosed in a Nov. 10 Form 4 buying $636,600 of HBI. It was Nelson's largest insider purchase of HBI since...
Back in December of 2019, three Cassava Sciences insiders bought $3.2M of their own stock at $2.25. Two weeks later the stock closed at $9.65. So its understandable that investors might aggressively bid up Cassava Sciences (SAVA) stock after two insiders disclosed on Thursday the purchase of...
It's typically bullish when a corporate insider buys shares of his or her company. Insiders have knowledge about their companies that outsiders don't. But when multiple corporate insiders purchase their own stock at the same time, it's typically an even stronger buy signal. Such "cluster buying"...
Corporate insiders have proprietary information about their companies. That's why the SEC requires insiders -- officers, directors and 10% holders of any publicly traded company -- to disclose all trades in their own stocks. Insiders are prohibited from trading on “material, non-public information.” Nonetheless, many studies...