AT&T, Kinder Morgan és még sok más

  • Insider buying can be an encouraging signal for potential investors during periods of uncertainty.

  • The executive chair of an energy infrastructure firm has returned to the buy window.

  • None of the featured stocks saw a gain in the past week.

Conventional wisdom says that insiders and 10% owners buy shares of a company for one reason — they believe the stock price will rise and they want to profit from it. So bennfentes vásárlás bátorító jel lehet a potenciális befektetők számára, különösen a bizonytalanság időszakaiban.

Insiders continued to add shares despite overall market volatility and economic uncertainty. Here are some of the most noteworthy insider purchases reported in the past week.

Kinder Morgan

A Kinder Morgan Inc. (NYSE: KMI) executive chair of the board, Richard Kinder, has resumed his buying. He picked up 300,000 more shares of this Houston-based energy infrastructure giant early last week at $14.10 to $14.15 each. That totaled more than $4.24 million. Kinder was a frequent buyer of shares last year.

CNBC’s Jim Cramer was negative on Kinder Morgan recently. The stock retreated about 1% last week and was last seen at $14.10 a share. That is within Kinder’s latest purchase price range. The share price is up less than 12% since the year-to-date low during the pandemic panic-selling back in March, which is about the time of his last listed share purchase.

Fekete kő

A 10% -os tulajdonos Blackstone Group Inc. (NYSE: BX) has indirectly acquired 200,000 shares of this asset management firm for $17.00 apiece. That totaled $3.40 million and came in the wake of an in-line earnings report that prompted target price hikes at some analysts.

Volt is bullish options activity on Blackstone recently. The shares closed down more than 4% for the week to $53.28 a share. The share price is almost 5% lower since the beginning of the year but up more than 44% since the year to date low in March. The stock has a consensus target price of $61.29.

AT & T

A director purchased 100,000 AT & T Inc. (NYSE: T) shares via trust recently. Prices ranged from $29.615 to $29.83 a share, and the total for the transaction came to almost $2.97 million. That director, who is board chair at Seagate Technologies, now has an AT&T stake of 300,000 shares.

Jim Cramer also commented on this telecom’s cash flow and dividend recently. Its shares ended last week essentially flat at $29.58, which is just below the above purchase price range. The stock is about 4% higher since its year-to-date low in March, and it has a $32.50 consensus price target.

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Note that there was some amount of insider buying at eHealth, Inc. (NASDAQ: EHTH), Intel Corporation (NASDAQ: INTC) És Pénzügyi szinkronság (NYSE: SYF) reported last week as well.

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