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    Insider Weekends – August 28, 2015

    Welcome to edition 271 of Insider Weekends. Insider buying increased last week with insiders buying $170.5 million of stock compared to $121.15 million in the week prior. Selling on the other hand declined sharply with insiders selling $899.89 million of stock last week compared to $2.12 billion in the week prior.

    The recent market turmoil sparked renewed enthusiasm amongst insiders and generated a large number of interesting insider purchases. Four out of the top five purchases listed below have been on my watch list for some time now.

    Sell/Buy Ratio: The insider Sell/Buy ratio is calculated by dividing the total insider sales in a given week by total insider purchases that week. The adjusted ratio for last week went dropped to 5.28. In other words, insiders sold more than 5 times as much stock as they purchased. The Sell/Buy ratio this week compares favorably with the prior week, when the ratio stood at 17.47. We are calculating an adjusted ratio by removing transactions by funds and companies and trying as best as possible only to retain information about insiders and 10% owners who are not funds or companies.

    Insider Sell Buy Ratio August 28, 2015

    Insider Sell Buy Ratio August 28, 2015

    Note: As mentioned in the first post in this series, certain industries have their preferred metrics such as same store sales for retailers, funds from operations (FFO) for REITs and revenue per available room (RevPAR) for hotels that provide a better basis for comparison than simple valuation metrics. However metrics like Price/Earnings, Price/Sales and Enterprise Value/EBITDA included below should provide a good starting point for analyzing the majority of stocks.

    Notable Insider Buys:

    1. DSW Inc. (DSW): $29.02

    Executive Chairman Jay L. Schottenstein acquired 500,000 shares of this footwear retailer, paying $28.32 per share for a total amount of $14.16 million. These shares were purchased indirectly by Schottenstein Realty LLC.

    DSW posted respectable second quarter earnings with a 7% increase in net sales to $627 million, a 10% increase in earnings to $38 million or 42 cents per share and a 2% increase in same store sales. Yet the stock lounges near its 52 week low despite trading for less than 7 times EBITDA and sporting a dividend yield of 2.66%. The company has a strong balance sheet with no debt and $471 million in short and long-term investments. The stock was down following second quarter results because revenue fell short of analyst expectations and inventory increased to $505 million, a 6.3% increase on a square foot basis.

    You can view the list of recent insider transactions for DSW Inc. here.

    P/E: 15.69 Forward P/E: 13.95 Industry P/E: 20.75
    P/S: 1.01 Price/Book: 2.46 EV/EBITDA: 6.88
    Market Cap: $2.57B Avg. Daily Volume: 1,366,330 52 Week Range: $27.28 – $39.58

    2. Sears Holdings Corporation (SHLD): $27.3

    Chief Executive Officer Edward S. Lampert acquired 376,572 shares of this department stores chain, paying $22.61 per share for a total amount of $8.52 million. Mr. Lampert increased his stake by 1.31% to 29,037,295 shares with this purchase.

    You can view the list of recent insider transactions for Sears Holdings Corporation here.

    P/E: N/A Forward P/E: N/A Industry P/E: 19.66
    P/S: 0.1 Price/Book: N/A EV/EBITDA: -6.63
    Market Cap: $2.91B Avg. Daily Volume: 1,344,570 52 Week Range: $19.08 – $48.25

    3. Southern Copper Corp. (SCCO): $27.35

    Chairman of the Board German Larrea Velasco acquired 300,000 shares of this copper mining company, paying $24.91 per share for a total amount of $7.47 million. Mr. Velasco increased his stake by 18.51% to 1,920,567 shares with this purchase.

    You can view the list of recent insider transactions for Southern Copper Corp. here.

    P/E: 17.78 Forward P/E: 15.54 Industry P/E: 12.26
    P/S: 3.83 Price/Book: 3.7 EV/EBITDA: 10.06
    Market Cap: $21.80B Avg. Daily Volume: 1,695,810 52 Week Range: $23.41 – $33.31

    4. Shutterstock, Inc. (SSTK): $33.73

    Chief Executive Officer Jonathan Oringer acquired 200,000 shares of this online photo marketplace, paying $33.29 per share for a total amount of $6.66 million. Mr. Oringer increased his stake by 1.25% to 16,256,327 shares with this purchase.

    You can view the list of recent insider transactions for Shutterstock, Inc. here.

    P/E: 58.26 Forward P/E: 22.49 Industry P/E: 26.05
    P/S: 3.1 Price/Book: 4.11 EV/EBITDA: 18.99
    Market Cap: $1.22B Avg. Daily Volume: 610,806 52 Week Range: $28.96 – $84.06

    5. Endurance Specialty Holdings Ltd. (ENH): $64.06

    Chmn & Chief Executive Officer John Charman acquired 100,000 shares of this insurance company, paying $61.76 per share for a total amount of $6.18 million. Mr. Charman increased his stake by 14.06% to 811,255 shares with this purchase.

    You can view the list of recent insider transactions for Endurance Specialty Holdings Ltd. here.

    P/E: 8.98 Forward P/E: 9.74 Industry P/E: 11.83
    P/S: 2.09 Price/Book: 0.87 EV/EBITDA: 9.16
    Market Cap: $4.22B Avg. Daily Volume: 500,308 52 Week Range: $53.34 – $70.5

    You can view the full list of purchases from this Insider Buying page.

    Notable Insider Sales:

    1. Twenty-First Century Fox, Inc. (FOX): $28.08

    Executive Chairman Keith Rupert Murdoch sold 1,123,655 shares of this media and entertainment company for $27.25, generating $30.62 million from the sale. 1,000,000 of these shares were sold indirectly through a trust.

    You can view the list of recent insider transactions for Twenty-First Century Fox, Inc. here.

    P/E: 7.2 Forward P/E: 12.1 Industry P/E: N/A
    P/S: 1.95 Price/Book: 3.31 EV/EBITDA: 10.56
    Market Cap: $56.71B Avg. Daily Volume: 4,588,390 52 Week Range: $22.85 – $37.83

    2. Gilead Sciences Inc. (GILD): $107.78

    Chairman and CEO John C. Martin sold 133,213 shares of this biotech company for $105.17, generating $14 million from the sale. These shares were sold indirectly through a trust

    You can view the list of recent insider transactions for Gilead Sciences Inc. here.

    P/E: 11.37 Forward P/E: 9.26 Industry P/E: 27.5
    P/S: 5.43 Price/Book: 9.76 EV/EBITDA: 7.96
    Market Cap: $158.18B Avg. Daily Volume: 10,760,700 52 Week Range: $85.95 – $123.37

    3. Plug Power Inc. (PLUG): $1.76

    Shares of this alternative energy technology provider were sold by 2 insiders:

    • Director Xavier Pontone sold 6,394,539 shares for $1.67, generating $10.68 million from the sale. These shares were sold on behalf of venture capital firm Air Liquide Investissements d’Avenir et de Demonstration.
    • Chief Operating Officer Keith Schmid sold 14,000 shares for $1.80, generating $25,200 from the sale.

    You can view the list of recent insider transactions for Plug Power Inc. here.

    P/E: N/A Forward P/E: N/A Industry P/E: 14.32
    P/S: 4.06 Price/Book: 2.14 EV/EBITDA: -4.94
    Market Cap: $316.66M Avg. Daily Volume: 2,852,420 52 Week Range: $1.56 – $5.64

    4. MEDNAX, Inc. (MD): $81.57

    Chief Executive Officer Roger Medel M.D. sold 100,000 shares of this pediatric physician services provider for $80.27, generating $8.03 million from the sale.

    You can view the list of recent insider transactions for MEDNAX, Inc. here.

    P/E: 24.1 Forward P/E: 19.85 Industry P/E: 36.61
    P/S: 2.91 Price/Book: 3.4 EV/EBITDA: 14.88
    Market Cap: $7.67B Avg. Daily Volume: 682,172 52 Week Range: $49.82 – $86.09

    5. FireEye, Inc. (FEYE): $39.19

    Chief Strategy Officer Ashar Aziz sold 188,434 shares of this security software company for $37.60, generating $7.09 million from the sale. These shares were sold indirectly through a trust.

    You can view the list of recent insider transactions for FireEye, Inc. here.

    P/E: N/A Forward P/E: N/A Industry P/E: 33.28
    P/S: 11.76 Price/Book: 5.16 EV/EBITDA: -14.49
    Market Cap: $6.25B Avg. Daily Volume: 6,469,930 52 Week Range: $24.81 – $55.33

    You can view the full list of sales from this Insider Sales page.

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    Insider Weekends – August 21, 2015

    Welcome to edition 270 of Insider Weekends. Insiders remained very active this week despite the big decline we just experienced that saw the Dow lose 1,000 points in a week. Insider buying increased last week with insiders buying $121.15 million of stock compared to $109.95 million in the week prior. Selling also increased with insiders selling $2.12 billion of stock last week compared to $999.89 million in the week prior.

    Sell/Buy Ratio: The insider Sell/Buy ratio is calculated by dividing the total insider sales in a given week by total insider purchases that week. The adjusted ratio for last week went up to 17.47. In other words, insiders sold more than 17 times as much stock as they purchased. The Sell/Buy ratio this week compares unfavorably with the prior week, when the ratio stood at 9.09. We are calculating an adjusted ratio by removing transactions by funds and companies and trying as best as possible only to retain information about insiders and 10% owners who are not funds or companies.

    Insider Sell Buy Ratio August 21, 2015

    Insider Sell Buy Ratio August 21, 2015

    Note: As mentioned in the first post in this series, certain industries have their preferred metrics such as same store sales for retailers, funds from operations (FFO) for REITs and revenue per available room (RevPAR) for hotels that provide a better basis for comparison than simple valuation metrics. However metrics like Price/Earnings, Price/Sales and Enterprise Value/EBITDA included below should provide a good starting point for analyzing the majority of stocks.

    Notable Insider Buys:

    There were several interesting insider purchases besides the five listed below that did not make the list of the top 5 transactions. Some of those include a cluster purchase by four insiders of  car rental company Hertz Global (HTZ), additional purchases of Sears Holdings (SHLD) by 10% owner Bruce Berkowitz, purchases by the CEO and VP Sales of silicon wafer manufacturing company SunEdison Semiconductor (SEMI) and purchases by two insiders of insurance company Genworth Financial (GNW). We also excluded a $20 million purchase by Elon Musk of Tesla Motors (TSLA) because it was part of a 2.7 million share secondary offering by the company.

    1. MasTec, Inc. (MTZ): $15.41

    Shares of this infrastructure construction company were acquired by 2 insiders:

    • CEO Jose Ramon Mas acquired 397,647 shares, paying $16.34 per share for a total amount of $6.49 million. These shares were purchased indirectly through trusts.
    • Director Jorge Mas acquired 276,000 shares, paying $16.33 per share for a total amount of $4.51 million. These shares were purchased indirectly through trusts.

    You can view the list of recent insider transactions for MasTec, Inc. here.

    P/E: 21.28 Forward P/E: 9.34 Industry P/E: 15.32
    P/S: 0.27 Price/Book: 1.21 EV/EBITDA: 7
    Market Cap: $1.23B Avg. Daily Volume: 1,311,290 52 Week Range: $15.01 – $32.1

    2. Emerge Energy Services LP (EMES): $13.55

    Director Ted W. Beneski acquired 581,728 shares of this energy services provider, paying $17.15 per share for a total amount of $9.98 million. Mr. Beneski increased his stake by 103.26% to 1,145,102 shares with this purchase.

    You can view the list of recent insider transactions for Emerge Energy Services LP here.

    P/E: 5.2 Forward P/E: 7.74 Industry P/E: 18.86
    P/S: 0.41 Price/Book: 3.28 EV/EBITDA: 5.18
    Market Cap: $326.83M Avg. Daily Volume: 298,758 52 Week Range: $13.54 – $145.72

    3. Freeport-McMoRan Inc. (FCX): $9.58

    Director Gerald J. Ford acquired 1,000,000 shares of this mining company, paying $9.94 per share for a total amount of $9.94 million. These shares were acquired indirectly by Diamond Family Investments LP.

    Voluntary Disclosure: I hold a long position in Freeport-McMoRan.

    You can view the list of recent insider transactions for Freeport-McMoRan Inc. here.

    P/E: N/A Forward P/E: 5.74 Industry P/E: 12.75
    P/S: 0.52 Price/Book: 0.73 EV/EBITDA: 4.94
    Market Cap: $9.97B Avg. Daily Volume: 23,999,600 52 Week Range: $9.48 – $36.76

    4. Opko Health, Inc. (OPK): $12

    Shares of this medical devices and drug development company were acquired by 2 insiders:

    • CEO & Chairman Phillip Frost M.D. acquired 544,000 shares, paying $12.32 per share for a total amount of $6.7 million. These shares were acquired indirectly by Frost Gamma Investments Trust.
    • Executive VP-Administration Steven D. Rubin acquired 2,000 shares, paying $12.40 per share for a total amount of $24,799. Mr. Rubin increased his stake by 0.04% to 5,441,407 shares with this purchase.

    You can view the list of recent insider transactions for Opko Health, Inc. here.

    P/E: N/A Forward P/E: 240 Industry P/E: 31.01
    P/S: 48.71 Price/Book: 6.87 EV/EBITDA: -57.7
    Market Cap: $5.56B Avg. Daily Volume: 4,983,690 52 Week Range: $8.02 – $19.2

    5. Pacific DataVision, Inc. (PDVW): $31.51

    Shares of this wireless communications applications company were acquired by 7 insiders:

    • 10% Owner Stephen Feinberg acquired 158,942 shares, paying $33.09 per share for a total amount of $5.26 million.
    • CEO and President John Pescatore acquired 1,500 shares, paying $31.00 per share for a total amount of $46,500. Mr. Pescatore increased his stake by 2.89% to 53,394 shares with this purchase.
    • Chairman of the Board Brian McAuley acquired 1,500 shares, paying $31.60 per share for a total amount of $47,400.
    • EVP and Secretary Richard E. Rohmann acquired 1,000 shares, paying $32.44 per share for a total amount of $32,440. Mr. Rohmann increased his stake by 8.89% to 12,243 shares with this purchase.
    • Chief Sales & Marketing Harvey Leon Frazier acquired 1,000 shares, paying $32.79 per share for a total amount of $32,790. Mr. Frazier increased his stake by 117.37% to 1,852 shares with this purchase.
    • General Counsel Thomas J. Sidman acquired 934 shares, paying $32.00 per share for a total amount of $29,888. Mr. Sidman increased his stake by 232.92% to 1,335 shares with this purchase.
    • Chief Financial Officer Timothy Gray acquired 400 shares, paying $32.42 per share for a total amount of $12,968. Mr. Gray increased his stake by 69.93% to 972 shares with this purchase.

    You can view the list of recent insider transactions for Pacific DataVision, Inc. here.

    P/E: N/A Forward P/E: N/A Industry P/E: N/A
    P/S: N/A Price/Book: N/A EV/EBITDA: -17.09
    Market Cap: $449.55M Avg. Daily Volume: 125,666 52 Week Range: $25.07 – $56

    Notable Insider Sales:

    1. DR Horton Inc. (DHI): $31.01

    Chairman Donald R. Horton sold 2,860,000 shares of this homebuilding company for $31.85, generating $91.08 million from the sale.

    You can view the list of recent insider transactions for DR Horton Inc. here.

    P/E: 16.83 Forward P/E: 13.25 Industry P/E: 17.26
    P/S: 1.15 Price/Book: 2.06 EV/EBITDA: 12.83
    Market Cap: $11.37B Avg. Daily Volume: 4,810,340 52 Week Range: $19.29 – $32.37

    2. Aetna Inc. (AET): $115.51

    Shares of this health care benefits company were sold by 2 insiders:

    • Senior EVP, Healthagen Joseph M. Zubretsky sold 179,087 shares for $118.66, generating $21.25 million from the sale.
    • Director Franklin Barbara Hackman sold 2,064 shares for $118.47, generating $244,514 from the sale.

    You can view the list of recent insider transactions for Aetna Inc. here.

    P/E: 17.53 Forward P/E: 14.02 Industry P/E: N/A
    P/S: 0.69 Price/Book: 2.68 EV/EBITDA: 8.74
    Market Cap: $40.27B Avg. Daily Volume: 3,762,830 52 Week Range: $71.81 – $134.4

    3. O’Reilly Automotive Inc. (ORLY): $238.17

    Chairman of the Board David E. O’Reilly sold 75,000 shares of this auto parts retailer for $250.00, generating $18.75 million from the sale. These shares were sold indirectly as trustee for reporting person’s children and a GRAT, and in the Company’s 401k plan.

    You can view the list of recent insider transactions for O’Reilly Automotive Inc. here.

    P/E: 29.15 Forward P/E: 23.58 Industry P/E: 27.56
    P/S: 3.3 Price/Book: 12.71 EV/EBITDA: 15.58
    Market Cap: $23.67B Avg. Daily Volume: 541,511 52 Week Range: $146.22 – $258.15

    4. Jarden Corp. (JAH): $51.29

    Shares of this consumer products company were sold by 3 insiders:

    • Executive Chairman Martin E. Franklin sold 200,000 shares for $54.80, generating $10.96 million from the sale.
    • Vice Chairman and President Ian G. Ashken sold 66,666 shares for $54.80, generating $3.65 million from the sale.
    • Chief Executive Officer James E. Lillie sold 33,333 shares for $54.80, generating $1.83 million from the sale.

    You can view the list of recent insider transactions for Jarden Corp. here.

    P/E: 44.95 Forward P/E: 16.33 Industry P/E: 31.93
    P/S: 1.32 Price/Book: 3.88 EV/EBITDA: 17.92
    Market Cap: $10.83B Avg. Daily Volume: 1,626,170 52 Week Range: $36.27 – $57.09

    5. Knight Transportation Inc. (KNX): $25.66

    Executive Chairman Kevin P. Knight sold 500,000 shares of this trucking company for $27.81, generating $13.9 million from the sale.

    You can view the list of recent insider transactions for Knight Transportation Inc. here.

    P/E: 18.47 Forward P/E: 15.46 Industry P/E: N/A
    P/S: 1.81 Price/Book: 3.05 EV/EBITDA: 7.89
    Market Cap: $2.09B Avg. Daily Volume: 1,120,590 52 Week Range: $24.75 – $34.73

    You can view the full list of sales from this Insider Sales page.

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    Insider Weekends – August 14, 2015

    Welcome to edition 269 of Insider Weekends. Insider buying declined last week with insiders buying $109.95 million of stock compared to $118.14 million in the week prior. Selling also decreased with insiders selling $999.89 million of stock last week compared to $2.25 billion in the week prior.

    Sell/Buy Ratio: The insider Sell/Buy ratio is calculated by dividing the total insider sales in a given week by total insider purchases that week. The adjusted ratio for last week dropped down to 9.09. In other words, insiders sold more than 9 times as much stock as they purchased. The Sell/Buy ratio this week compares favorably with the prior week, when the ratio stood at 19.07. We are calculating an adjusted ratio by removing transactions by funds and companies and trying as best as possible only to retain information about insiders and 10% owners who are not funds or companies.

    Insider Sell Buy Ratio August 14, 2015

    Insider Sell Buy Ratio August 14, 2015

    Note: As mentioned in the first post in this series, certain industries have their preferred metrics such as same store sales for retailers, funds from operations (FFO) for REITs and revenue per available room (RevPAR) for hotels that provide a better basis for comparison than simple valuation metrics. However metrics like Price/Earnings, Price/Sales and Enterprise Value/EBITDA included below should provide a good starting point for analyzing the majority of stocks.

    Notable Insider Buys:

    1. Sears Holdings Corporation (SHLD): $25.18

    Shares of this department stores chain were acquired by 2 insiders:

    • Chief Executive Officer Edward S. Lampert acquired 277,252 shares, paying $22.89 per share for a total amount of $6.35 million. Mr. Lampert increased his stake by 0.98% to 28,660,723 shares with this purchase.
    • 10% Owner Bruce R. Berkowitz acquired 9,100 shares, paying $25.25 per share for a total amount of $229,775. According to the footnotes of this filing, these shares were acquired in a private fund managed indirectly by Mr. Berkowitz

    This is the second week in a row that Sears made it into our top 5 insider purchases list.

    You can view the list of recent insider transactions for Sears Holdings Corporation here.

    P/E: N/A Forward P/E: N/A Industry P/E: 20.22
    P/S: 0.09 Price/Book: N/A EV/EBITDA: -9.07
    Market Cap: $2.68B Avg. Daily Volume: 1,263,040 52 Week Range: $19.08 – $48.25

    2. MBIA Inc. (MBI): $6.81

    Shares of this insurance company were acquired by 5 insiders:

    • President & COO William C. Fallon acquired 150,000 shares, paying $6.30 per share for a total amount of $945,375. Mr. Fallon increased his stake by 17.26% to 1,019,081 shares with this purchase.
    • President, CFO & CAO C. Edward Chaplin acquired 100,000 shares, paying $6.32 per share for a total amount of $632,060. Mr. Chaplin increased his stake by 11.67% to 956,720 shares with this purchase.
    • Director Charles R. Rinehart acquired 50,000 shares, paying $6.33 per share for a total amount of $316,670. Mr. Rinehart increased his stake by 51.81% to 146,504 shares with this purchase.
    • EVP & Chief Portfolio Officer Anthony McKiernan acquired 50,000 shares, paying $6.36 per share for a total amount of $317,845. Mr. McKiernan increased his stake by 9.00% to 605,492 shares with this purchase.
    • EVP, Chief Legal Off. & Secy. Ram D. Wertheim acquired 20,000 shares, paying $6.33 per share for a total amount of $126,600. Mr. Wertheim increased his stake by 4.20% to 496,270 shares with this purchase.

    You can view the list of recent insider transactions for MBIA Inc. here.

    P/E: 4.15 Forward P/E: 17.02 Industry P/E: 13.93
    P/S: 1.08 Price/Book: 0.29 EV/EBITDA: N/A
    Market Cap: $1.15B Avg. Daily Volume: 5,699,880 52 Week Range: $4.94 – $10.65

    3. Apple Hospitality REIT, Inc. (APLE): $17.97

    Shares of this hotel REIT were acquired by 6 insiders:

    • Executive Chairman Glade M. Knight acquired 60,000 shares, paying $18.13 per share for a total amount of $1.09 million. Mr. Knight increased his stake by 0.74% to 8,186,708 shares with this purchase.
    • President and CEO Justin G. Knight acquired 30,000 shares, paying $18.11 per share for a total amount of $543,153. These shares were purchased indirectly J A M N Ltd. Partnership LLC.
    • Director Redd Hugh acquired 10,000 shares, paying $18.09 per share for a total amount of $180,882.
    • Executive Vice President & CFO Bryan Peery acquired 7,711 shares, paying $18.05 per share for a total amount of $139,184. Mr. Peery increased his stake by 8.83% to 95,000 shares with this purchase.
    • Director Daryl Arthur Nickel acquired 5,500 shares, paying $17.88 per share for a total amount of $98,339.
    • Director Bruce H. Matson acquired 1,500 shares, paying $17.74 per share for a total amount of $26,614.

    This is an interesting REIT that went public less than 3 months ago in what could arguably be called one of the best operating environments for hotels. Both RevPAR and occupancy rates, the two key metrics for hotels, are near record levels as I recently experienced during a trip to Seattle.

    The company owns a portfolio of  176 hotels spread across the Hilton and Marriott families of brands. The REIT has a dividend yield of 6.7% with dividends paid out monthly. This is well above the average yield of lodging REITs, which was 3.8% as of June 30, 2015.

    You can view the list of recent insider transactions for Apple Hospitality REIT, Inc. here.

    P/E: 23.01 Forward P/E: N/A Industry P/E: N/A
    P/S: 3.55 Price/Book: 1.14 EV/EBITDA: 12.9
    Market Cap: $3.15B Avg. Daily Volume: 871,983 52 Week Range: $17.03 – $19.45

    4. New Media Investment Group Inc. (NEWM): $15.56

    Shares of this newspaper publishing company were acquired by two insider:

    • 10% Owner Leon G. Cooperman acquired 99,867 shares, paying $15.35 per share for a total amount of $1.53 million. These shares were acquired indirectly through various entities related to Omega Advisors and managed accounts.
    • CFO and CAO Gregory William Freiberg acquired 12,500 shares, paying $15.88 per share for a total amount of $198,500. Mr. Freiberg increased his stake by 34.95% to 48,269 shares with this purchase.

    You can view the list of recent insider transactions for New Media Investment Group Inc. here.

    P/E: 50.85 Forward P/E: 10.1 Industry P/E: N/A
    P/S: 0.76 Price/Book: 1.12 EV/EBITDA: 9.52
    Market Cap: $691.88M Avg. Daily Volume: 525,359 52 Week Range: $15.13 – $25.77

    5. NuStar GP Holdings, LLC (NSH): $32.47

    Director William E. Greehey acquired 43,282 shares of this oil & gas pipelines company, paying $32.29 per share for a total amount of $1.39 million. Mr. Greehey increased his stake by 0.52% to 8,385,224 shares with this purchase.

    You can view the list of recent insider transactions for NuStar GP Holdings, LLC here.

    P/E: 18.71 Forward P/E: 17.36 Industry P/E: 28.16
    P/S: 17.69 Price/Book: 4.5 EV/EBITDA: N/A
    Market Cap: $1.39B Avg. Daily Volume: 129,652 52 Week Range: $30.77 – $44.07

    You can view the full list of purchases from this Insider Buying page.

    Notable Insider Sales:

    1. WisdomTree Investments, Inc. (WETF): $24.58

    Shares of this asset management company were sold by 3 insiders:

    • Director Michael H. Steinhardt sold 1,063,210 shares for $25.08, generating $26.66 million from the sale.
    • Chief Operating Officer Gregory E. Barton sold 33,700 shares for $25.19, generating $849,058 from the sale.
    • Director Bruce I. Lavine sold 20,000 shares for $24.66, generating $493,100 from the sale. These shares were sold as a result of exercising options immediately prior to the sale.

    You can view the list of recent insider transactions for WisdomTree Investments, Inc. here.

    P/E: 59.95 Forward P/E: 25.6 Industry P/E: 18.44
    P/S: 13.78 Price/Book: 15.12 EV/EBITDA: 31.03
    Market Cap: $3.35B Avg. Daily Volume: 3,134,000 52 Week Range: $9.57 – $26.23

    2. 2U, Inc. (TWOU): $36.03

    Shares of this e-learning software company were sold by 3 insiders:

    • Director Michael T. Moe sold 444,356 shares for $37.12, generating $16.49 million from the sale. These shares were sold indirectly by GSV Capital.
    • Chief Impact Officer James H. Shelton sold 23,640 shares for $37.03, generating $875,271 from the sale.
    • Director Mark Chernis sold 1,500 shares for $37.58, generating $56,370 from the sale. These shares were sold as a result of exercising options immediately prior to the sale.

    You can view the list of recent insider transactions for 2U, Inc. here.

    P/E: N/A Forward P/E: N/A Industry P/E: 43.53
    P/S: 11.93 Price/Book: 19.05 EV/EBITDA: -56.41
    Market Cap: $1.50B Avg. Daily Volume: 320,231 52 Week Range: $14.67 – $39.59

    3. Boston Beer Co. Inc. (SAM): $236.55

    Shares of this beverage company were sold by 2 insiders:

    • Chairman James C. Koch sold 32,000 shares for $234.22, generating $7.49 million from the sale.
    • VP – Legal and Secretary Kathleen H. Wade sold 1,408 shares for $235.00, generating $330,880 from the sale. These shares were sold as a result of exercising options immediately prior to the sale.

    You can view the list of recent insider transactions for Boston Beer Co. Inc. here.

    P/E: 32.07 Forward P/E: 28.23 Industry P/E: 22.52
    P/S: 3.32 Price/Book: 6.07 EV/EBITDA: 14.71
    Market Cap: $3.11B Avg. Daily Volume: 154,902 52 Week Range: $210.03 – $325

    4. Ellie Mae, Inc. (ELLI): $80.14

    Shares of this mortgage software company were sold by 2 insiders:

    • Founder & Executive Chairman Sigmund Anderman sold 55,000 shares for $77.22, generating $4.25 million from the sale.
    • EVP, CTO Limin Hu sold 22,000 shares for $77.22, generating $1.69 million from the sale.

    You can view the list of recent insider transactions for Ellie Mae, Inc. here.

    P/E: 118.03 Forward P/E: 48.87 Industry P/E: 43.53
    P/S: 11.45 Price/Book: 8.66 EV/EBITDA: 49.73
    Market Cap: $2.37B Avg. Daily Volume: 400,184 52 Week Range: $31.05 – $82.92

    5. Harman International Industries, Incorporated (HAR): $107.82

    Shares of this audio-visual equipment manufacturer were sold by 2 insiders:

    • Chairman, President and CEO Dinesh C. Paliwal sold 34,470 shares for $117.66, generating $4.06 million from the sale.
    • President, Lifestyle Division Michael Mauser sold 7,917 shares for $116.35, generating $921,143 from the sale.

    You can view the list of recent insider transactions for Harman International Industries, Incorporated here.

    P/E: 22.28 Forward P/E: 14.02 Industry P/E: 16.53
    P/S: 1.25 Price/Book: 3.24 EV/EBITDA: 11.53
    Market Cap: $7.67B Avg. Daily Volume: 1,008,230 52 Week Range: $84.48 – $149.12

    You can view the full list of sales from this Insider Sales page.

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    Insider Weekends – August 7, 2015

    Welcome to edition 268 of Insider Weekends. Insider buying declined last week with insiders buying $118.14 million of stock compared to $174.82 million in the week prior. Selling on the other hand increased with insiders selling $2.25 billion of stock last week compared to $2.08 billion in the week prior.

    Sell/Buy Ratio: The insider Sell/Buy ratio is calculated by dividing the total insider sales in a given week by total insider purchases that week. The adjusted ratio for last week went up to 19.07. In other words, insiders sold more than 19 times as much stock as they purchased. The Sell/Buy ratio this week compares unfavorably with the prior week, when the ratio stood at 11.89. We are calculating an adjusted ratio by removing transactions by funds and companies and trying as best as possible only to retain information about insiders and 10% owners who are not funds or companies.

    Insider Sell Buy Ratio August 7, 2015

    Insider Sell Buy Ratio August 7, 2015

    Note: As mentioned in the first post in this series, certain industries have their preferred metrics such as same store sales for retailers, funds from operations (FFO) for REITs and revenue per available room (RevPAR) for hotels that provide a better basis for comparison than simple valuation metrics. However metrics like Price/Earnings, Price/Sales and Enterprise Value/EBITDA included below should provide a good starting point for analyzing the majority of stocks.

    Notable Insider Buys:

    1. Colfax Corporation (CFX): $40.12

    Director Mitchell P. Rales acquired 261,600 shares of this manufacturing and engineering company, paying $38.41 per share for a total amount of $10.05 million. Mr. Rales increased his stake by 2.60% to 10,321,361 shares with this purchase. 250,000 of these shares were purchased indirectly by Colfax Capital Corporation and 1,500 shares were purchased indirectly by Mr. Rales as custodian for his daughters.

    You can view the list of recent insider transactions for Colfax Corporation here.

    P/E: 19.44 Forward P/E: 18.75 Industry P/E: 19.25
    P/S: 1.15 Price/Book: 1.54 EV/EBITDA: 10.14
    Market Cap: $4.98B Avg. Daily Volume: 1,004,820 52 Week Range: $37.59 – $65.5

    2. Sears Holdings Corporation (SHLD): $24.39

    Shares of this department stores chain were acquired by 2 insiders:

    • Chief Executive Officer Edward S. Lampert acquired 377,950, paying $20.90 per share for a total amount of $7.89 million. Mr. Lampert increased his stake by 1.35% to 28,383,471 shares with this purchase.
    • 10% Owner Bruce R. Berkowitz acquired 13,800 shares, paying $20.75 per share for a total amount of $286,322.

    It is interesting to see Mr. Lampert join Mr. Berkowitz in purchasing shares of Sears. We have seen Sears rally strongly following Mr. Lampert’s purchases in the past but the stock then settles lower following disappointing operating performance at Sears.

    You can view the list of recent insider transactions for Sears Holdings Corporation here.

    P/E: N/A Forward P/E: N/A Industry P/E: 19.69
    P/S: 0.09 Price/Book: N/A EV/EBITDA: -8.64
    Market Cap: $2.60B Avg. Daily Volume: 1,216,960 52 Week Range: $19.08 – $48.25

    3. Aon plc (AON): $101.32

    Director Lester B. Knight acquired 75,000 shares of this risk management, HR services and insurance company, paying $100.79 per share for a total amount of $7.56 million. These shares were purchased indirectly through a trust.

    You can view the list of recent insider transactions for Aon plc here.

    P/E: 21.35 Forward P/E: 15.21 Industry P/E: 25.67
    P/S: 2.39 Price/Book: 4.47 EV/EBITDA: 13.28
    Market Cap: $28.55B Avg. Daily Volume: 1,067,900 52 Week Range: $78.26 – $107.08

    4. Virtu Financial, Inc. (VIRT): $20.99

    Executive Chairman Vincent J. Viola acquired 200,000 shares of this high frequency trading firm, paying $20.66 per share for a total amount of $4.13 million.

    The firm made news when it filed its prospectus to go public and revealed that it only had a single losing day in more than 1,000 trading days. The company pulled its IPO last year following the release of Michael Lewis’ book about high frequency trading Flash Boys and instead went public earlier this year.

    You can view the list of recent insider transactions for Virtu Financial, Inc. here.

    P/E: 39.31 Forward P/E: 14.78 Industry P/E: N/A
    P/S: N/A Price/Book: N/A EV/EBITDA: N/A
    Market Cap: $720.06M Avg. Daily Volume: 436,242 52 Week Range: $20.13 – $24.77

    5. Enterprise Products Partners L.P. (EPD): $26.43

    Shares of this midstream energy services provider were acquired by 6 insiders:

    • Director James T. Hackett acquired 100,000 shares, paying $27.72 per share for a total amount of $2.77 million. Mr. Hackett increased his stake by 606.17% to 116,497 shares with this purchase.
    • Chief Operating Officer Aj Teague acquired 35,925 shares, paying $28.38 per share for a total amount of $1.02 million. Mr. Teague increased his stake by 2.72% to 1,356,895 shares with this purchase. 12,600 of these shares were purchased indirectly by Mr. Teague’s spouse.
    • Chief Administrative Officer W. Randall Fowler acquired 3,000 shares, paying $28.47 per share for a total amount of $85,406. Mr. Fowler increased his stake by 0.41% to 736,083 shares with this purchase.
    • SVP & Chief Financial Officer Bryan F. Bulawa acquired 1,000 shares, paying $27.30 per share for a total amount of $27,300. Mr. Bulawa increased his stake by 0.91% to 110,291 shares with this purchase.
    • Group Senior Vice President Gerald R. Cardillo acquired 600 shares, paying $28.55 per share for a total amount of $17,130. Mr. Cardillo increased his stake by 0.34% to 176,174 shares with this purchase.
    • SVP, PAO, & Controller Michael J. Knesek acquired 167 shares, paying $26.25 per share for a total amount of $4,384. These shares were purchased indirectly by Mr. Knesek’s daughter.

    You can view the list of recent insider transactions for Enterprise Products Partners L.P. here.

    P/E: 19.32 Forward P/E: 17.74 Industry P/E: 11.33
    P/S: 1.21 Price/Book: 2.6 EV/EBITDA: 15.74
    Market Cap: $52.84B Avg. Daily Volume: 3,393,210 52 Week Range: $18.58 – $41.38

    You can view the full list of purchases from this Insider Buying page.

    Notable Insider Sales:

    1. Amazon.com Inc. (AMZN): $522.62

    Shares of Amazon were sold by 4 insiders:

    • Chairman, CEO and President Jeffrey P. Bezos sold 1,000,000 shares for $533.89, generating $533.89 million from the sale.
    • Senior Vice President Jeffrey A. Wilke sold 3,750 shares for $534.39, generating $2 million from the sale. These shares were sold indirectly through a trust.
    • Director Tom A. Alberg sold 3,290 shares for $538.99, generating $1.77 million from the sale.
    • Director William B. Gordon sold 500 shares for $537.90, generating $268,950 from the sale.

    You can view the list of recent insider transactions for Amazon.com Inc. here.

    P/E: N/A Forward P/E: 105.79 Industry P/E: 71.07
    P/S: 2.58 Price/Book: 21.06 EV/EBITDA: 43.93
    Market Cap: $244.43B Avg. Daily Volume: 3,306,070 52 Week Range: $284 – $580.57

    2. Proto Labs, Inc. (PRLB): $71.43

    Director Lawrence J. Lukis sold 500,000 shares of this molded plastic parts producer and 3D printing company for $70.50, generating $35.25 million from the sale.

    You can view the list of recent insider transactions for Proto Labs, Inc. here.

    P/E: 43.82 Forward P/E: 28.23 Industry P/E: 21.95
    P/S: 7.8 Price/Book: 6.18 EV/EBITDA: 24.73
    Market Cap: $1.85B Avg. Daily Volume: 255,250 52 Week Range: $54.97 – $80.55

    3. WisdomTree Investments, Inc. (WETF): $24.83

    Shares of this asset management company were sold by 4 insiders:

    • Director Michael H. Steinhardt sold 707,961 shares for $25.73, generating $18.22 million from the sale.
    • Chief Financial Officer Amit Muni sold 475,000 shares for $25.46, generating $12.09 million from the sale. These shares were sold as a result of exercising options immediately prior to the sale.
    • Chief Investment Strategist Luciano Siracusano III sold 40,000 shares for $25.85, generating $1.03 million from the sale. These shares were sold as a result of exercising options immediately prior to the sale.
    • Director Anthony Bossone sold 6,672 shares for $25.99, generating $173,405 from the sale.

    You can view the list of recent insider transactions for WisdomTree Investments, Inc. here.

    P/E: 80.1 Forward P/E: 26.14 Industry P/E: 16.38
    P/S: 16.63 Price/Book: 18.46 EV/EBITDA: 36.61
    Market Cap: $3.40B Avg. Daily Volume: 3,182,160 52 Week Range: $9.57 – $26.23

    4. Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd. (RCL): $91.19

    Shares of this cruise company were sold by 6 insiders:

    • Chairman & CEO Richard D. Fain sold 151,032 shares for $90.38, generating $13.65 million from the sale.
    • EVP, Maritime Harri U. Kulovaara sold 11,534 shares for $90.50, generating $1.04 million from the sale.
    • SVP, Chief Accounting Officer Henry L. Pujol sold 7,474 shares for $89.07, generating $665,741 from the sale.
    • President & CEO, Azamara Club Cruises Lawrence R. Pimentel sold 7,000 shares for $91.00, generating $637,000 from the sale. 2,000 of these shares were sold as a result of exercising options immediately prior to the sale.
    • President, Chief Operating Officer Adam M. Goldstein sold 4,184 shares for $91.08, generating $381,094 from the sale. These shares were sold as a result of exercising options immediately prior to the sale.
    • SVP, GC & Chief Compliance Officer Bradley H. Stein sold 2,402 shares for $91.07, generating $218,749 from the sale.

    You can view the list of recent insider transactions for Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd. here.

    P/E: 25.94 Forward P/E: 15.2 Industry P/E: 26.58
    P/S: 2.47 Price/Book: 2.48 EV/EBITDA: 15.39
    Market Cap: $20.05B Avg. Daily Volume: 1,993,460 52 Week Range: $52.32 – $91.38

    5. Twitter, Inc. (TWTR): $27.04

    Shares of Twitter were sold by 4 insiders:

    • Director Evan Clark Williams sold 372,000 shares for $29.21, generating $10.86 million from the sale. 349,680 of these shares were sold indirectly through various trusts.
    • Senior VP, Product Kevin Weil sold 18,623 shares for $29.74, generating $553,829 from the sale.
    • General Counsel Vijaya Gadde sold 11,720 shares for $29.74, generating $348,575 from the sale.
    • Senior VP, Engineering Alexander Roetter sold 6,630 shares for $27.72, generating $183,773 from the sale.

    You can view the list of recent insider transactions for Twitter, Inc. here.

    Voluntary Disclosure: I hold a long position in Twitter.

    P/E: N/A Forward P/E: 42.25 Industry P/E: 38.78
    P/S: 11.23 Price/Book: 4.84 EV/EBITDA: N/A
    Market Cap: $18.16B Avg. Daily Volume: 21,299,100 52 Week Range: $26.87 – $55.99

    You can view the full list of sales from this Insider Sales page.

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    Insider Weekends – July 31, 2015

    Welcome to edition 267 of Insider Weekends. Insider buying declined last week with insiders buying $174.82 million of stock compared to $182.33 million in the week prior. Selling on the other hand more than quadrupled with insiders selling $2.08 billion of stock last week compared to $472.75 million in the week prior.

    Sell/Buy Ratio: The insider Sell/Buy ratio is calculated by dividing the total insider sales in a given week by total insider purchases that week. The adjusted ratio for last week went up to 11.89. In other words, insiders sold almost 12 times as much stock as they purchased. The Sell/Buy ratio this week compares unfavorably with the prior week, when the ratio stood at 2.59. We are calculating an adjusted ratio by removing transactions by funds and companies and trying as best as possible only to retain information about insiders and 10% owners who are not funds or companies.

    Insider Sell Buy Ratio July 31, 2015

    Insider Sell Buy Ratio July 31, 2015

    Note: As mentioned in the first post in this series, certain industries have their preferred metrics such as same store sales for retailers, funds from operations (FFO) for REITs and revenue per available room (RevPAR) for hotels that provide a better basis for comparison than simple valuation metrics. However metrics like Price/Earnings, Price/Sales and Enterprise Value/EBITDA included below should provide a good starting point for analyzing the majority of stocks.

    Notable Insider Buys:

    1. Biogen Inc. (BIIB): $318.78

    Director Stelios Papadopoulos acquired 10,000 shares of this biotech company, paying $304.88 per share for a total amount of $3.05 million. 5,000 of these shares were purchased indirectly by Esperanza Holdings and another 5,000 shares were purchased indirectly by Stelios Holdings.

    You can view the list of recent insider transactions for Biogen Inc. here.

    P/E: 21.59 Forward P/E: 18 Industry P/E: N/A
    P/S: 7.24 Price/Book: 5.93 EV/EBITDA: 13.03
    Market Cap: $74.97B Avg. Daily Volume: 1,917,070 52 Week Range: $290.85 – $480.18

    2. QUALCOMM Incorporated (QCOM): $64.39

    Shares of this wireless equipment manufacturer were acquired by 3 insiders:

    • Chief Executive Officer Steven M. Mollenkopf acquired 15,815 shares, paying $63.31 per share for a total amount of $1 million. These shares were purchased indirectly by a trust.
    • EVP & Chief Financial Officer George S. Davis acquired 8,100 shares, paying $62.34 per share for a total amount of $504,954. These shares were purchased indirectly by a trust.
    • Director Mark D. McLaughlin acquired 5,650 shares, paying $61.63 per share for a total amount of $348,207. These shares were purchased indirectly by a trust.

    You can view the list of recent insider transactions for QUALCOMM Incorporated here.

    P/E: 17.62 Forward P/E: 13.73 Industry P/E: 21.91
    P/S: 3.82 Price/Book: 3.06 EV/EBITDA: 9.5
    Market Cap: $101.17B Avg. Daily Volume: 12,087,500 52 Week Range: $60.83 – $78.53

    3. Mead Johnson Nutrition Company (MJN): $88.39

    Shares of this manufacturer of nutritional products for infants and children were acquired by 2 insiders:

    • Director James M. Cornelius acquired 10,000 shares, paying $89.03 per share for a total amount of $890,286. Mr. Cornelius increased his stake by 260.62% to 13,837 shares with this purchase.
    • Director Michael Grobstein acquired 2,000 shares, paying $89.83 per share for a total amount of $179,660. Mr. Grobstein increased his stake by 93.20% to 4,146 shares with this purchase.

    You can view the list of recent insider transactions for Mead Johnson Nutrition Company here.

    P/E: 25.11 Forward P/E: 21.72 Industry P/E: 26.67
    P/S: 4.21 Price/Book: 23.97 EV/EBITDA: 17.15
    Market Cap: $17.92B Avg. Daily Volume: 1,749,780 52 Week Range: $83.5 – $105.45

    4. Calamos Asset Management Inc. (CLMS): $12.01

    Chairman, CEO, Global Co-CIO John P. Calamos Sr. acquired 78,521 shares of this asset management company, paying $11.88 per share for a total amount of $932,933. These shares were purchased indirectly by Calamos Investments LLC.

    You can view the list of recent insider transactions for Calamos Asset Management Inc. here.

    P/E: 19.56 Forward P/E: 21.07 Industry P/E: 16.38
    P/S: 1 Price/Book: 1.05 EV/EBITDA: -3.82
    Market Cap: $246.57M Avg. Daily Volume: 73,083 52 Week Range: $11.15 – $14.44

    5. Woodward, Inc. (WWD): $49.36

    Shares of this aerospace and energy components manufacturer were acquired by 2 insiders:

    • Director Gregg C. Sengstack acquired 12,000 shares, paying $48.26 per share for a total amount of $579,165. Mr. Sengstack increased his stake by 85.71% to 26,000 shares with this purchase.
    • Pres. Air. Turb. Systems Sagar A. Patel acquired 650 shares, paying $47.50 per share for a total amount of $30,875. Mr. Patel increased his stake by 92.86% to 1,350 shares with this purchase.

    You can view the list of recent insider transactions for Woodward, Inc. here.

    P/E: 17.93 Forward P/E: 15.97 Industry P/E: 19.35
    P/S: 1.52 Price/Book: 2.75 EV/EBITDA: 10.53
    Market Cap: $3.14B Avg. Daily Volume: 416,395 52 Week Range: $41.01 – $56.55

    You can view the full list of purchases from this Insider Buying page.

    Notable Insider Sales:

    1. Microsoft Corporation (MSFT): $46.7

    Shares of Microsoft were sold by 2 insiders:

    • Founder Bill Gates sold 8,000,000 shares for $45.90, generating $367.19 million from the sale.
    • Chief Operating Officer Brian Kevin Turner sold 69,158 shares for $45.64, generating $3.16 million from the sale.

    You can view the list of recent insider transactions for Microsoft Corporation here.

    P/E: 31.55 Forward P/E: 15.26 Industry P/E: 31.04
    P/S: 4.02 Price/Book: 4.7 EV/EBITDA: 9.02
    Market Cap: $374.86B Avg. Daily Volume: 31,610,100 52 Week Range: $40.12 – $50.05

    2. The Charles Schwab Corporation (SCHW): $34.88

    Shares of this investment brokerage were sold by 2 insiders:

    • Chairman Charles R. Schwab sold 600,000 shares for $34.86, generating $20.91 million from the sale. These shares were sold indirectly through a trust.
    • Director Roger O. Walther sold 35,000 shares for $34.79, generating $1.22 million from the sale.

    You can view the list of recent insider transactions for The Charles Schwab Corporation here.

    P/E: 36.6 Forward P/E: 22.95 Industry P/E: 17.58
    P/S: 7.57 Price/Book: 4.09 EV/EBITDA: N/A
    Market Cap: $45.82B Avg. Daily Volume: 7,267,480 52 Week Range: $23.35 – $35.53

    3. ServiceNow, Inc. (NOW): $80.5

    Shares of this software-as-a-service provider were sold by 2 insiders:

    • Chief Product Officer Frederic B. Luddy sold 203,600 shares for $77.19, generating $15.72 million from the sale. These shares were sold indirectly through a trust.
    • Chief Revenue Officer David Schneider sold 10,000 shares for $77.58, generating $775,800 from the sale. These shares were sold as a result of exercising options immediately prior to the sale.

    You can view the list of recent insider transactions for ServiceNow, Inc. here.

    P/E: N/A Forward P/E: 178.89 Industry P/E: 20.71
    P/S: 16.5 Price/Book: 27.28 EV/EBITDA: -98.04
    Market Cap: $12.36B Avg. Daily Volume: 1,240,410 52 Week Range: $54.05 – $83.52

    4. PayPal Holdings, Inc. (PYPL): $38.7

    Director John J. Donahoe sold 380,543 shares of this digital and mobile payments company for $36.72, generating $13.97 million from the sale.

    You can view the list of recent insider transactions for PayPal Holdings, Inc. here.

    P/E: N/A Forward P/E: 26.15 Industry P/E: N/A
    P/S: N/A Price/Book: N/A EV/EBITDA: N/A
    Market Cap: $47.21B Avg. Daily Volume: 16,832,700 52 Week Range: $33.98 – $42.55

    5. Align Technology Inc. (ALGN): $62.7

    Shares of this dental products company were sold by 2 insiders:

    • Director Thomas M. Prescott sold 156,754 shares for $61.73, generating $9.68 million from the sale.
    • Director Joseph Lacob sold 70,000 shares for $61.33, generating $4.29 million from the sale. These shares were sold indirectly through a trust.

    You can view the list of recent insider transactions for Align Technology Inc. here.

    P/E: 35.2 Forward P/E: 30.14 Industry P/E: 29.1
    P/S: 6.29 Price/Book: 6.5 EV/EBITDA: 20.83
    Market Cap: $5.06B Avg. Daily Volume: 803,559 52 Week Range: $43.27 – $66.53

    You can view the full list of sales from this Insider Sales page.

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