Wednesday, April 1, 2015

German inside trading: March 2015


Inside trading, Germany, March, 2015

March has been a month mixed of excitement as well as fear which has lead to big daily fluctuations. The managers are of course no different than the market which means they have been very active during March. Too active for my liking by the initial look of it!

For the previous report please click on German inside trading: February 2015.

The dealings were:

Dialog Semiconductor - sold shares
Constantin Medien - bought shares
MTU Aero Engines - sold shares
Salzgitter - bought shares, analysis of Salzgitter.

Bastei Lübbe - sold shares
Deutsche Cannabis - bought shares
Bayer - bought shares, analysis of Bayer 2014.
CEWE Stiftung - bought shares

OPENLiMiT - bought shares
TUI - sold shares, analysis of TUI.
RIB Software - sold shares
Qiagen - sold shares
PNE Wind - bought shares, analysis of PNE Wind 2014.
Technotrans - sold shares
RWE - bought shares, analysis of RWE 2014.
SFC Energy - bought shares
Jungheinrich - sold shares
Dürr - sold sharesanalysis of Dürr.
Highlight Communications - bought shares
H&R AG - bought shares
Zalando - boug and sold shares
Value Management & Research AG - sold shares
Symrise AG - bought shares
GfK - bought shares
Stabilus - bought shares
Foris - bought shares
Teles - bought shares
Merck - bought shares, analysis of Merck 2014.
Tomorrow Focus - bought shares
Alphaform - bought shares
Linde AG - bought shares, analysis of Linde 2014.
Brenntag - bought shares, analysis of Brenntag.
Deutz - bought shares
KUKA - sold shares, analysis of KUKA.
Borussia Dortmund - bought shares
Softing - bought shares

Conclusion: High activity with Dialog Semiconductor, management using their options and then directly selling... Also the management of Bayer was actively buying. Qiagen showed intensive sales activity. In the shopping of Gerry Weber also continued. High activity with Linde, Brenntag and Symrise. Hmmm... I do not like that they sold in DBAG that is bad news... In the end the list was not that long which means very high activity in a few companies.

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