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
Relative Value Fund (VFLEX)


Trade Date Insider Title Buy/Sell #Shares Price Value Option
2021-08-02 CHAD EISENBERG Treasurer Buy 37 $27.29 $1,000 No
2021-05-21 Sternberg David A CEO OF ADVISER Buy 492 $26.74 $13,156 No
2020-12-31 Sternberg David A CEO OF ADVISER Sell 3,226 $25.55 $82,424 No
2020-12-31 Golden Randal L CFO OF ADVISER Sell 3,226 $25.55 $82,424 No
2020-12-31 PECK MICHAEL D President Sell 3,226 $25.55 $82,424 No
2020-12-31 CHAD EISENBERG Treasurer Sell 3,226 $25.55 $82,424 No
2020-12-31 Vivaldi Holdings LLC 100% OWNER OF ADVISER Sell 3,226 $25.55 $82,424 No
2020-09-21 Sternberg David A CEO OF ADVISER Buy 4,036 $24.78 $100,012 No

Insider Smart

Mohawk Group Holdings, Inc. (MWK) - Multiple insiders bought MWK in June around $5, stock moved sideways for a month then made a 60% jump in 10 days. Patience is the key.

Insider Smart

CARNIVAL CORP (CCL) - Cruislines $CCL $NCLH $RCL took a huge beat due to the pandemic, concerns of bankruptcy were raised. Among the three dominating companies in the industry, $CCL is the first one bought by insiders, such a bold move would definitely boost investor confidence.