Friday February 21, 2020

There are many reasons why one can be misled by directors’ share dealings

Be they buying or selling, patterns need to be watched closely

20th September, 2015

A common belief among many investors is that share sales by executive directors who sit on the boards of publicly quoted companies are usually a sign of trouble ahead. Conversely, many believe that share purchases by such “insiders” are a sign of confidence in the company’s future.

The reality is that, in many cases, share dealing by directors (be they purchases or sales) can be indicative of a range of factors...

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