Thursday, October 1, 2015

German inside trading: September 2015


Inside trading, September, Germany, 2015

The share price drop have continued for another month. In many countries in Europe the yearly increase that took place during spring have now been wiped out and are even showing a bit of minus. In the US they are down by -10% for the year. The more the share price decreases the more interesting it is to observe what the managers are doing.

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

The dealings were:


Tomorrow Focus - bought shares
Adesso - bought shares
SKW - bought shares
Advanced Vision Technology - sold shares
Daimler AG - bought shares, analysis of Daimler 2015.
Capital Stage AG - bought and sold shares
SMT Scharf - bought shares, analysis of SMT Scharf.
Symrise AG bought shares
KAP Beteiligung - sold shares
Dürr - bought shares, analysis of Dürr.
Braas Moniersold shares
WCM Beteiligungs bought shares
PVA TePlabought shares
7C Solarparken - bought and sold shares
Vita34sold shares
Einhell - bought shares
Hella - bought shares
Greiffenbergersold shares
Porsche Holding sold shares
Eurokai - bought shares, analysis of Eurokai.
Deutz - bought shares
SHWbought shares
TLG Immobilien sold shares
Powerland - bought shares
Röhn Klinikum - sold shares
Stabilus - bought shares
Gesco - bought shares
Müller - bought shares
Softing - bought shares
Metro - bought shares,  analysis of Metro.
Elmos - sold shares
Bilfinger - bought shares, analysis of Bilfinger.
Tom Tailor - bought shares
Merck - bought shares, analysis of Merck 2015.
RWE - bought shares, analysis of RWE 2015.
Bijou Brigitte - bought shares
Tele Columbus - bought shares
Hypoport AG - sold shares
Evonik - bought shares, analysis of Evonik.
Verbio - bought shares
Klassik Radio AG - bought shares

Conclusion: As a general statement the activity was not very high and it was well spread out. As you can see above most of the managers decided to buy more shares. TLG, Röhn Klinikum, Gesco, & Capital Stage had higher activity than the others. I like that managers bought shares in three of my companies. E.On, RWE and DBAG but two of them have also taken serious nosedives as of late.

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