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Posts Tagged ‘Huntington Bancshares (HBAN)’

Huntington Bancshares Incorporated (HBAN)

Two Banking Stocks That Insiders Are Buying

Tracking insider purchases is very important to our investment strategy, just like keeping an eye on hedge fund activity. Therefore, in this article,......(read more)
Ken Fisher FISHER ASSET MANAGEMENT

Insiders are Buying Shares of FirstMerit Corp (FMER)

According to a Form 4 filed with the SEC, Russ Strobel, who is a member of FirstMerit (NASDAQ:FMER)’s Board of Directors, directly acquired 5,000 shares......(read more)
CITADEL INVESTMENT GROUP

AbbVie Inc (ABBV), and 5 Low P/E Stocks Multiple Insiders Are Buying

Studies show that stocks bought by insiders tend to outperform the market, and there is a particularly significant effect for stocks bought by multiple......(read more)
RENAISSANCE TECHNOLOGIES

Huntington Bancshares (HBAN): A Best-In-Breed Regional Bank

Huntington Bancshares Incorporated (NASDAQ:HBAN) is one of the better turnaround stories in the regional banking industry. The bank has seen the largest......(read more)
Lee Ainslie MAVERICK CAPITAL

Lee Ainslie and Maverick Capital’s Extremely Bullish Stock Picks

Lee Ainslie’s Maverick Capital was extremely bullish about Hewlett-Packard during the third quarter. They bet $400 Million on HPQ, making it the second......(read more)
First Niagara Financial Group Inc. (NASDAQ:FNFG)

Five Surprisingly Profitable Bank Stocks with Insider Purchases

Between August and early December financial stocks underperformed the market by more than 5 percentage points. The trend seems to have reversed since......(read more)