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Andrew Harrison, CEO of Easyjet (EZJ 292p) is accelerating his purchases.

In January he invested just under £250k.

In March he invested just under £250k

On May 27th he invested £682k by buying 187,000 shares at 265p.

Since January Harrison has more than doubled his position in Easyjet to 682,000 shares.

Not bad. But I’d love to see other directors stepping up.

Chandler, Doganis, Browett and Michels have only bought a measly 30,000 shares between them so far this year. Maybe there is a difference of opinion at Easyjet about future prospects.

Due to the relative inactivity of other directors, director dealing activity in Easyjet is classified as a weak signal.

Findel (FDL, 244p) directors have accelerated their buying activity this month. Chapman (Exec Chairman) and Craig (non exec) this week bought almost 130,000 shares between them, investing over £300k.

Over the course of May six directors out of a total of nine have increased their positions by an average of 58% by investing over £1m between them.

The consistency of purchases across the board, the amount of money invested, and the average % increase in directors shareholdings means that the signal given by these directors is a STRONG signal.

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