Why insider trading matters?

Insiders might sell their shares for any number of reasons, but they buy them for only one: they think the price will rise.

- Peter Lynch
MARKEL CORP (MKL)
Sector: Financial Services; Industry: Insurance—Property & Casualty

Markel Corporation, a diverse financial holding company, markets and underwrites specialty insurance products in the United States, the United Kingdom, Canada, and internationally. The company's Reinsurance segment offers general liability, professional liability, workers' compensation, medical malpractice, and environmental impairment liability; property treaty products for catastrophe, per risk, and retrocessional exposures; and specialty treaty reinsurance products comprising structured and whole turnover credit, political risk, mortgage and contract, and commercial surety reinsurance programs. This segment also provides healthcare, consulting, and others types of services to businesses and consumers, including management and technology consulting, behavioral healthcare, and retail intelligence. The company's Other segment operates as an insurance and investment fund manager offering a range of investment products, including insurance-linked securities, catastrophe bonds, insurance swaps, and weather derivatives; and program services. Markel Corporation was founded in 1930 and is headquartered in Glen Allen, Virginia.


Trade Date Insider Title Buy/Sell #Shares Price Value Option
2022-08-23 Puckett A. Lynne Director Buy 83 $1213.86 $100,750 No
2022-08-04 Puckett A. Lynne Director Buy 84 $1196.40 $100,498 No
2022-05-06 Puckett A. Lynne Director Buy 78 $1319.71 $102,937 No
2021-02-18 Puckett A. Lynne Director Buy 90 $1092.20 $98,298 No

Insider Smart

Celldex Therapeutics, Inc. (CLDX) - Multiple insiders including President, EVP, CEO, CSO and Directors bought shares on Jun.9th, first time since 2018, this was very convincing and we initiated a position. Stock soared from $3 to 9$ in 2 days, and the run is still going on.

Insider Smart

SIMON PROPERTY GROUP (SPG) - Bottom fishing the crash could be intimidating, but it can be easier if you know insiders are on your side. Aeppel Glyn, Director of SPG played safe and bought shares in May at $50, but it is not late at all, the stock is now $90.