Tuesday 8/13 Insider Buying Report: MD, GE (Nasdaq.com)
On Friday, Mednax’s Director, Michael Fernandez, made a $8.15M buy of MD, purchasing 377,591 shares at a cost of $21.58 a piece. So far Fernandez is in the green, up about 5.8% on their buy based on today’s trading high of $22.82. Mednax is trading up about 6.2% on the day Tuesday.
The President of Ames National Corp (NASDAQ: ATLO) is Buying Shares (Analyst Ratings)
Today, the President of Ames National Corp (ATLO), John Patrick Nelson, bought shares of ATLO for $20.01K. Following this transaction John Patrick Nelson’s holding in the company was increased by 12.47% to a total of $190.9K. Following John Patrick Nelson’s last ATLO Buy transaction on September 08, 2015, the stock climbed by 5.9%.
General Electric CEO Buys $3M In Stock (Benzinga)
General Electric Company (GE) 3.81% investors have confidence that CEO Larry Culp’s turnaround plan will help the company return to a path of long-term growth over the next several years. On Monday, Culp demonstrated once again that he’s confident about the future of the company and its investors by buying roughly $3 million of GE stock. New filings disclosed Culp’s purchase of 331,684 GE shares at a price of $9.04 each. Other GE directors bought an additional $500,000 in GE stock.
Insider Trading: August 13, 2019 (BIV.com)
The following is a list of stock trades made by corporate executives, directors and other company insiders of B.C.’s public companies filed in the week ended August 7, 2019. The information comes from a compilation of required reports filed with the BC Securities Commission obtained from DisclosureNet.com. Insider Aldo Bensadoun, Director. Company: Aritzia Inc. (TSX:ATZ). Shares owned: 365,000. Trade date: August 1, 6. Trade total: $4,976,100. Trade: Sale of 274,200 shares at prices ranging between $18 and $18.15 per share.
Former Angels Baseman Sentenced in Insider Trading Scheme (NBCLosAngeles.com)
Former California Angels third baseman Doug DeCinces talked his way out of prison Monday for his part in an insider trading scheme. U.S. District Judge Andrew Guilford said he was considering prison time for DeCinces Monday, but changed his mind after hearing from the retired infielder. Guilford instead handed down a one-day sentence, but DeCinces has credit for that amount of time served so will not have to do any more time behind bars. Guilford fined him $10,000 and ordered the defendant to spend eight months in home confinement as part of his two years of supervised release.