Saturday, November 1, 2014

German inside trading: October 2014


Inside trading, insiders, Germany, October, 2014

October has been weather wise a horrible month here in Berlin and on the stock markets several contrarian possibilities opened up. How did then the management and the insiders repsond to this turbulent times?

For the previous report please see German inside trading: September 2014.

The dealings were:

Colexon Energy - bought shares
H&R AG - bought shares
SGL Carbon - bought and sold shares

Henkel - bought shares, analysis of Henkel 2014.
Analytik Jena AG - sold shares
Technotrans - bought shares

Viscom - bought shares
Snowbird - bought shares
MLP - bought shares
IVU Traffic Technologies - bought shares
Allgeier - bought shares
BAUER - bought shares

Borussia Dortmund - bought shares

PSI Ag - bought shares
PVA TePla - bought shares
Singulus - bought shares
Capital Stage AG - bought shares
Gerresheimer - bought shares

Adesso - bought shares
KUKA - bought shares, analysis of KUKA.
SKW Stahl - bought shares
SAF Holland - sold shares

Leifheit - bought shares
Nucletron Electronic - bought shares

Süss MicroTech - bought shares
Pittler Maschinenfabrik - bought shares
Bastei Lübbe - bought shares
Mologen - bought shares
WashTec - bought shares
Westgrund - bought shares
Jungheinrich - bought shares
K+S - bought shares, analysis of K+S 2014.
Gerry Weber - bought and sold shares, analysis of Gerry Weber.
Basler - bought shares
Röhn Klinikum - sold shares
SMA Solar - bought shares
STADA Arzneimittel AG - bought shares
Alphaform - bought shares
SAP AG - bought shares, analysis of SAP 2014.
RIB Software - bought shares
Lotto24 - bought shares
VanCamel - bought shares

Progress-Werk Oberkirch - bought shares

BASF - bought shares, analysis of BASF 2014.
Eyemaxx - bought shares
TLG Immobilien - bought shares
mybet Holding SE - bought shares



Conclusion: The insiders have been highly active this month and it has mainly been buy, buy, buy! It is funny to read newspapers claiming that Germany is slowing down and how the German industry is is stopping etc. etc. It rimes very poorly with the managers tanking stocks as if it was Black Friday or Cyber Monday. The highest activity was in SGL Carbon, H&R, PNE Wind, Alphaform, SMA Solar, Capital Stage and BASF when is comes to buying and for sales then Rhönklinikum was beating everyone else by far!

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