Tuesday, 1 March 2016

German inside trading: February 2016

Inside trading, Germany, February, 2016

The share price movement on the stock markets are a bit like a slowfox with the basic step slow, slow, quick, quick. Every now and then there is some spinning around in the quick, quick procedure and sometimes one walk backwards and sometimes forwards.

The question is however what are the managers up to during this slowfox? Are they lurking around in the audience or are they out trying to steal the show?

For the previous report please click on German inside trading: January 2016.

It is very clear that the managers are lurking around in the background, one part due to annual reports arriving but there might also be other reasons...

Aurubis - bought shares
Atoss - sold shares
RWE - bought shares, analysis of RWE 2015.
Symrise AG - sold shares
Pittler Maschinenfabrik - bought shares
a.a.a. - bought shares
Highlight Communicationssold shares
Siemens - bought shares, analysed analysis of Siemens 2015.
Wirecard bought shares
Nucletron Electronic - bought shares
7C Solarparken - bought shares
Scout24 - bought shares
Infineon - bought shares, analysis of Infineon 2015.
Biotest - bought shares
Tomorrow Focus - bought shares
B.R.A.I.N. - bought shares
Rofin-Sinarbought shares
Nemetscheck - bought shares
Grenkeleasing AG - bought shares
Usu Softwarebought shares
Gerresheimer - bought shares
Gesco - bought shares
SinnSchrader - bought shares
Metro - bought shares,  analysis of Metro.
Medisanasold shares

Conclusion: They are lurking but they are buying more shares which is still good news but the activity is awfully low at the moment. The largest activity was with Wirecard, Nucletron SinnerSchader and Deutsche Telekom of all options available. It warms my heart that managers bought more in two of my companies namely RWE and in Deutsche Bank. 

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