Why insider trading matters?

When insiders buy shares on the open market, this can thus be regarded as a strong endorsement by those that know the company the best -- they are literally betting their own money on the company's future. Insider selling, however, is not necessarily meaningful in any way, as there is a range of reasons for insiders to liquidate (some) of the shares they own.

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Eagle Bulk Shipping Inc. (EGLE)
Sector: Industrials; Industry: Marine Shipping

Eagle Bulk Shipping Inc., through its subsidiaries, engages in the ocean transportation of dry bulk cargoes worldwide. The company owns, charters, and operates dry bulk vessels that transport a range of bulk cargoes, including coal, grains, iron ore, fertilizers, steel products, petcoke, cement, and forest products.


Trade Date Insider Title Buy/Sell #Shares Price Value Option
2019-08-28 Leand Paul M. Jr. Director Buy 59,300 $4.17 $247,436 No

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