Why insider trading matters?

If management teams do not own any relevant stakes in the companies they guide, they may not be focused on creating wealth for shareholders to the same degree, compared to those that see their personal wealth increase when share prices rise.

- Klaus Gugler, Economist
CARNIVAL CORP (CCL)
Sector: Consumer Cyclical; Industry: Travel Services

Carnival Corporation & Plc operates as a leisure travel company. It also provides vacations to various cruise destinations, as well as owns and operates hotels, lodges, glass-domed railcars, and motor coaches. It operates in the United States, Canada, Continental Europe, the United Kingdom, Australia, New Zealand, Asia, and internationally.


Trade Date Insider Title Buy/Sell #Shares Price Value Option
2017-07-31 BUCKELEW ALAN Chief Information Officer Sell 15,000 $67.02 $1,005,352 No
2017-07-21 BUCKELEW ALAN Chief Information Officer Sell 15,000 $67.52 $1,012,808 No
2017-02-15 BUCKELEW ALAN Chief Information Officer Sell 31,158 $55.88 $1,741,221 No
2017-01-17 BUCKELEW ALAN Chief Information Officer Sell 9,273 $52.95 $491,016 No
2016-12-29 BUCKELEW ALAN Chief Operations Officer Sell 60,664 $52.11 $3,161,201 No
2016-02-17 BUCKELEW ALAN Chief Operations Officer Sell 7,029 $46.01 $323,427 No
2016-02-09 BUCKELEW ALAN Chief Operations Officer Sell 5,808 $40.79 $236,908 No
2011-12-23 BUCKELEW ALAN President & CEO - PCL Sell 11,920 $32.72 $390,028 No

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