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. I’m hesitant to get too excited about a purchase of that size, but note that my holdings have increased 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 that the insider was happy to buy the stock at a price above her current price of US$7.01. Their views may have changed since then, but at least it shows they were optimistic at the time. In our view, the price an insider pays for a stock is very important. As a general rule, if an insider buys a stock at a price higher than the current price, they feel more positive about the stock. Deborah Ginsberg is the only individual insider to have purchased shares in the last 12 months.
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Does TPG RE Finance Trust have a high insider ownership rate?
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. Usually, the higher the insider’s ownership, the more likely the insider has an incentive to build the company over the long term. 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 this data tell us about the TPG RE Finance Trust Insider?
It’s good to see recent insider purchases. Also, the analysis of last year’s trading gives confidence. Note, however, that the company has not turned a profit in the last 12 months. Given that the insider also owns his TPG RE Finance Trust to a large extent, I think they’re probably pretty confident about a bright future. We want to know what’s going on with insider ownership and trading, but we also try to consider the risks facing the stock before making any investment decision. for example, Three Warning Signs for TPG RE Finance Trust (2 cannot be ignored) Caution is required.
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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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