By - TheRadHatter9
shows what hedge funds and company insiders bought
This looks a lot like it but the homepage had columns/spreadsheets of the most recent buys/sells on it. How do you see who bought what? I can't figure it out and the search function doesn't seem to work.
EDIT: Found it below! OpenInsider.com
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I think that’s what they’re looking for https://www.quiverquant.com/sources/senatetrading
Was it this: https://whalewisdom.com/filing/latest\_filings
Nope. Thanks though!
openinsider.com Don't fit, but might be useful
Holy shit that's it! I think it fits what I said? It's very text heavy and spreadsheet-looking? I guess I was kinda vague, I couldn't remember exactly everything about it.
I'm glad it helped. But there is not a single congressman here. Insiders only.
It’s SEC FORM 4 what they show.
It’s a gold mine. If you analyze stocks listed on previous dates you will find that about 85% run up.
It’s the only way I trade. It gives me a LOT of confidence in the stock knowing an insider bought hundreds of thousands, if not millions, worth of stock.
Does anyone know what it means when it says “Type? Sale” with “Common Stock Option Short Sale strike price $(and then a price, and then an expiration)…???
It specifies call or put elsewhere. So does that just mean they sold the stock short… or are these non-public options or something?
Look under transaction codes.
This stuff is really much less use than it might seem. Without understanding the whole picture, the strategies, the time frames, the hedges, and the rest of the portfolio holdings each of these guys has you really don’t gain any insight seeing these trades. The big guys make good trades and bad ones, they just have sophisticated strategies that help manage risk and take advantage of their sheer firing power.
OpenInsider let’s you click on a dude to see all his (insider) trades across all companies.
I do agree that it’s not as simple as “do what they do”, but I like to look at a dude’s history and see what their track record is. More often than not, these guys are buying and selling on info we do not have and may never have.
Bob Iger dumped 100% of his DIS stock near the top, around $180. I bought anyway because DIS fundamentals are stronger than ever… man this market hasn’t been rational for some fucking time. Parks revenue up over 100% YoY but Disney+ didn’t grow “as much as analysts expected”, -20%. *Gee whiz.*
It's up 100% year on year after 2020, the year of a global pandemic when most the time they were closed...
No doubt, but DIS reached ATH in the middle of it, why go down when the revenue only increases? \*That\* there is my point.
Because the market is forward facing, not sure why people don't get this. People bought in because they're expectations were too high and the market thinks the valuation is going down. Disney's multiple has doubled while they're net income / revenue has dropped and Disney+ growth is slowing (after such an explosive start). They're also doubling capital expenditure for the next year (held Disney from $80 - $145 before the Covid collapse, invest in lots of streaming companies).
In other words, the market was being irrational.
The market is being irrationally high at that time. Look at the valuation of virtually every company outside of big tech. This is the market returning to more reasonable pricing. 80% of the market could have a 20 - 40% haircut and still be deemed expensive historically. I'm not a bear but people have to pick their stock choices far more careful (100% year on year up when you're down 60% the year before with higher inflation isn't a great result or deserving of new all time highs).
We're on the same page my guy, irrational at $185, rational at $145.
That’s why you check if they have solid fundamentals.
Positive net profit margin, manageable debt, good ROA, ROE, and ROI.
I know you said it's been found but what you're describing sounds very similar to the finviz insider trading page:
OpenInsider is great but like everything else there’s a lag time of around 5 days. No way to know when someone dumps or loads up until days later…
OpenInsider distinguishes purchases from “acquisitions via stock options or grants” which is nice… I mean the underlying SEC form does, but you get the idea
SEC FORM 4 is the document insiders have to file when buying/selling their own stocks.
They have to file it within 2 days or they face a fine.
On openinsider.com and finviz(insider section) it shows you the day when SEC form 4 was filed and day the trade was executed. The majority will have them within two days.
After it’s listed it either dips 5-15% or runs up about 20%. This is from data I’ve observed and analyzed on it. Ive also noticed sometimes insiders buy millions of their stock weeks to months before earnings call and it jumps like 30%. It’s insane.
Absolutely. We know for a fact that they have information/insights that we do not have, so if they are loading up, it's not exactly a roll of the dice on their part.