Even if it wasn’t a huge acquisition, Vice President, General Counsel and Corporate Secretary Deborah Ginsburg TPG RE Finance Trust Co., Ltd. (NYSE:TRTX) recently paid $99,000 to purchase shares at $7.19 per share. That purchase may not be huge, but their holdings have increased him by 17%.
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Insider trading at TPG RE Finance Trust in the last 12 months
In particular, the recent acquisition by Deborah Ginsberg is the largest insider acquisition of shares in TPG RE Finance Trust in the past year. This means the insider wanted to buy the stock even if the stock was higher than her US$7.01 (recent price). It’s very likely that they regret the purchase, but they’re more likely to be bullish on the company. . Generally speaking, if an insider bought a stock at a price higher than the current price, suggesting that they believed the stock was worth buying even at the higher price. It catches our eye because it is Deborah Ginsberg was the only individual insider to buy in the past year.
Below is a visual depiction of insider trading (by companies and individuals) over the last 12 months. Click on the graphs below to see the exact details of each insider trading!
There are always a lot of stocks being bought by insiders. If that suits your style, check out each stock one by one, or take a look at this one. freedom company list. (Hint: Insiders are buying).
Insider Ownership of TPG RE Finance Trust
I like to look at how many shares an insider owns in a company to inform my view of how well insiders and insiders match up. If an insider owns a sizeable amount of stock in a company, I think that’s a good sign. A TPG RE Finance Trust insider appears to own his 2.3% of the company, worth about $13 million. While this is a strong level of insider ownership, it is not an outstanding level, but it is sufficient to indicate some alignment between management and minority shareholders.
So what does the insider trading of TPG RE Finance Trust indicate?
Recent insider purchases are reassuring. Also, the analysis of last year’s trading gives confidence. On the other hand, however, the company has been losing money in the last year and is a little more cautious. Insiders may find value in TPG RE Finance Trust shares given these transactions (in addition to the company’s notable insider ownership). So while it’s useful to know what insiders are doing with regards to buying and selling, it’s also useful to know the risks facing a particular company.To help with this, we have discovered three warning signs (Two concerns!) Things to know before buying shares in TPG RE Finance Trust.
However, please note the following: TPG RE Finance Trust may not be the best stock to buy. Now take a look at this freedom A list of interesting companies with high ROE and low debt.
For the purposes of this article, an insider is an individual who reports a transaction to the relevant regulatory body. Currently, we consider open market transactions and private disposals, but not derivative transactions.
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