This table shows the list known insiders, and is generated automatically from filings disclosed to the SEC. In addition to the names, most recent title, and director, officer, or 10% owner designation, we provide the latest disclosed holdings.
|JAYHAWK PRIVATE EQUITY FUND II LP||10,648,946||0|
|MCCARTHY KENT C||10,648,946||0|
|MCCARTHY KENT C See Explanation of Responses to Table I, Item 7||9,987,192||0|
|MCCARTHY KENT C See footnote.||9,743,487||0|
|MCCARTHY KENT C (2)||7,909,821||0|
|MCCARTHY KENT C (1)||7,884,821||0|
|MCCARTHY KENT C See Footnote - Explanation of Response to Table I, Item 7||7,859,821||0|
|JHAB FUND II, LLC||0||0|
|7-2010 GRAT 6 Under Kent C McCarthy GRAT Tr Dtd 4-23-2010||0||0|
|McCarthy Family SD, LLC||0||0|
|JAYHAWK PRIVATE EQUITY FUND II LP See Footnote - Explanation of Response to Table 1, Item 4||0||0|
|JAYHAWK PRIVATE EQUITY, LLC||0||0|
|JAYHAWK PRIVATE EQUITY GP II, L.P.||0||0|
While Insider sales are normal part of tax harvesting and is part of compensation of executives - A large number of transactions would indicate that the management isnt convinced that the price will go up and hence reducing their holding. This would be a possible indicator or fall in price
Insider buys arent usual, since it indicates a high conviction by the management that they believe the price will go up eventually. Usually a good sign that investors should consider this as a factor to purchase a stock, especially if the current SP is lower than the price the management bought these at. The table below doesnt include any Stock Options or RSUs. They're just open market purchases by the insiders.