Tuesday, October 05, 2010

Oct 6: Are Insiders Buying Or Selling?

Oops!

This again is not going to be popular.

:D

Anyway past postings on this issue...

  1. Are Insiders Buying Or Selling?
  2. Sep 21: Are Insiders Buying Or Selling?
  3. Sep 28: Are Insiders Buying Or Selling?

How?

Want to take a guess on the weekly insiders buying and selling by SP 500 companies?

From Bloomberg: Weekly Insider Buying and Selling by S&P 500 Companies

Here's the purchases list...



oO

Yes.. there's ONLY two names in the list!!!!!!!!!!!

The sales..




Names include.... Philip Morris International, Nike, Murphy Oil Corp, Wal-Mart ....

ps: 4 weeks in a row where insiders sales totally dominates!

7 comments:

Mr ICICI said...

i don't understand....why is the US market still heading to the sky when ppl are pulling money out of funds and insiders are selling?

wat's going on!?? can someone enlighten me?

Moolah said...

http://whereiszemoola.blogspot.com/2010/09/they-just-dont-trust-wall-street.html

:-)

bullbear said...

But Mr Buffett is of the opinion that investors are wrong to be out of equity -

Mr Buffett also told Fortune magazine's Most Powerful Women conference that investors are "making a mistake" if they chase a rally in bonds. The price of US two-year government bonds has raced to a record high this week as investors see little to spark a more robust recovery.

"It's quite clear that stocks are cheaper than bonds," Mr Buffett said. "I can't imagine anyone having bonds in their portfolio when they can own equities."

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/newsbysector/banksandfinance/8044789/Warren-Buffett-says-in-future-Wall-Street-chiefs-should-go-broke-and-their-wives.html

Moolah said...

LOL! Where did Buffett said exactly that "But Mr Buffett is of the opinion that investors are wrong to be out of equity -" in that article?

All Buffett said was Mr Buffett also told Fortune magazine's Most Powerful Women conference that investors are "making a mistake" if they chase a rally in bonds. The price of US two-year government bonds has raced to a record high this week as investors see little to spark a more robust recovery.

"It's quite clear that stocks are cheaper than bonds," Mr Buffett said. "I can't imagine anyone having bonds in their portfolio when they can own equities."


The comparison between stocks and bonds. LOL! LOL! LOL!

Was that a serious question?

Moolah said...

ps: I remember this one quote...

In the short run the market is a voting machine....

What's this quote all about?

:-)
:-)

Moolah said...

ps: 4 weeks in a row.

Can all these insiders be all so wrong in the same time?

Ah.. I know.. i know... the answer is... the markets is always right. :-)

Moolah said...

Govt-linked funds selling shares, locking in gains

:P