Tuesday, December 1, 2015

German inside trading: November 2015


Inside trading, Germany, November, 2015

The share prices have kept running higher and higher during the month and the bad news is that it is not based on the companies publishing excellent results for Q3... well... at least my companies have not shown anything to be happy about. The mangers might however see things differently. They know that their savings program will start working during the fourth quarter etc.

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

The trades were:


Kontron - bought shares
Tele Columbus - bought and sold shares
Adva - bought and sold shares.
Powerland - bought shares
Hornbach - sold shares
Klassik Radio AG - bought shares
Hypoport AG - sold shares
Qiagen - bought and sold shares
Bijou Brigitte - bought shares
Telefonica Deutschland - bought shares
Süss MicroTech sold shares
PVA TePlabought shares
Biotest - bought shares
Berentzen - bought shares
7C Solarparken sold shares
Symrise AG bought shares
Heliocentris - bought shares
Porsche Holding - bought shares
BMP bought shares
Hapag-Lloyd - bought shares
Leoni AG - bought shares, analysis of Leoni.
Evonik - bought shares, analysis of Evonik.
Elmosbought shares
Vita34 - bought shares
LPKF Laser & Electr. - bought shares
Biofrontera - bought shares
mybet Holding SE - bought shares
M.A.X. Automation AG - bought shares.
SAP AG - sold shares, analysis of SAP 2015.
TUI - bought shares, analysis of TUI Group 2014.
Zalando sold shares
GEA Group - bought shares, analysed analysis of GEA Group.
Siemens - sold shares, analysed analysis of Siemens 2015.
Ströer Media - bought and sold shares
SLM Solutions - bought shares
Exceet -  sold shares
WashTec - bought shares
Fielmannsold shares, analysis of Fielmann.
Ecotel - sold shares
K+S - bought shares, analysis of K+S 2015.

Conclusion: Hapa-Lloyd, Heliocentris and Hornbach had ok activity. Siemens had very high activity. I do not like that Deutsche Bank were sold out but on the other hand I like that K+S were being bought. Generally it does not look like there was a lot of activity going on but it felt like it when writing this report.

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