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Insider Trading Report Edition 291: Notable Buys And Sales
Article By: Asif Suria Sunday, January 17, 2016 4:43 PM EST
Insider buying declined last week with insiders buying $66.27m of stock compared to $132.61m in the week prior. Selling also decreased with insiders selling $212.11m of stock last week compared to $439.57m in the week prior.
In this article: AEO, BH, CRM, HII, SRE, VGR, SNCR, CONN, TUES, FSIC, SPY
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Insider Weekends – January 10, 2016
Article By: Asif Suria Sunday, January 10, 2016 4:17 PM EST
In a week that marked the worst start to a year in the history of the S&P 500, insiders stepped up their purchases significantly, buying $132.61 million of stock compared to $42.25 million in the week prior.
In this article: ATU, CRM, EPD, JMP, LVS, PLUS, ARRS, LAYN, NOW, FSIC
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Insider Trading Report Edition 289: Notable Buys And Sales
Article By: Asif Suria Monday, January 4, 2016 6:26 AM EST
Insider buying decreased last week with insiders buying $42.25m of stock compared to $60.29m in the week prior. Selling also decreased with insiders selling $359.11m of stock last week compared to $522.92m in the week prior.
In this article: ACN, CRM, XCO, HA, PSEC, CELG, LAYN, PANW, FSIC, CMRX Also: SPY
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Warning: Business Development Companies Just Got Doubly Risky
Article By: Money Morning Saturday, December 5, 2015 1:00 PM EST
At this point of the credit cycle, a lot of securities look cheap. But the question is whether they really are cheap or whether they are cheap for a good reason.
In this article: FSC, MCC, MS, PSEC, AINV, ARCC, PNNT, FSIC
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Insider Weekends – Edition 277
Article By: Asif Suria Saturday, October 10, 2015 7:34 PM EST
Insider buying dropped last week with insiders buying $55.32 million of stock compared to $226.99 million the week prior. Selling declined with insiders selling $489.91 million of stock last week compared to $594.85 million the week prior.
In this article: APO, BOX, YUM, GIII, PLUS, CONN, EEFT, NOW, FSIC, NYRT
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FSIC Went From Being Privately Held To The 4th Largest Publicly Traded Co. In Its Industry - Overnight
Article By: George Fisher Sunday, September 21, 2014 1:45 PM EST
FSIC's spin-off from Franklin Square Holdings created the 4th largest publicly traded BDC company, but TCAP and PNNT may be better bets
In this article: TCAP, PNNT, FSIC
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