Why insider trading matters?

Numerous studies have examined whether there is evidence that U.S. insiders systematically trade on private information despite the legal deterrence. The consensus appears to be that insider purchases (but not sales) tend to be followed by positive abnormal stock price performance, particularly for small growth stocks.

- Prof. B. Espen Eckbo, Dartmouth College
NET 1 UEPS TECHNOLOGIES INC (UEPS)
Sector: Technology; Industry: Software—Infrastructure

Net 1 UEPS Technologies, Inc. provides transaction processing services, financial inclusion products and services, and secure payment technologies in South Africa, the Republic of Korea, and internationally. The South African Transaction Processing segment primarily offers transaction processing for retailers, utilities, and banks. It also sells prepaid products, such as electricity and airtime, hardware and software, and life insurance products. In addition, this segment distributes mobile subscriber starter packs; and provides financing to Cell C for expanding the components of Cell C's telecommunications infrastructure in South Africa. The company was incorporated in 1997 and is headquartered in Johannesburg, South Africa.


Trade Date Insider Title Buy/Sell #Shares Price Value Option
2021-03-29 Pillay Nunthakumarin Managing Director: S.Africa Sell 17,667 $5.56 $98,229 No

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