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I’m going to start to look more closely at using recent director dealing activity as a signal ahead of news. (I’m unsure about the reliability of what is essentially a long term signal being used as a forecast for short term movements in share prices. We’ll see how it goes shall we.)

All stocks listed below have news out next week.

All these stocks have seen director dealing activity which I have commented on. Click on the stock ticker to take you to the comment(s).

My favourite pick for positive feedback from an analysts visit is MISYS.

ENO neutral bid situation. Interims 13/5

ARM warm already had +ve Q1 on 29/4. AGM 13/5

CPG warm already had +ve trading update 27/3. Interims 14/5

MSY POSITIVE CEO, CFO, COO increased positions by 14%/50%/60% in late March. Analyst visit 14/5

AMEC POSITIVE CEO increased position by 50% spending £500k in April. AGM 14/5

CKSN POSITIVE CFO and CEO increased positions by 90% and 45% mid March. Trading Statement 15/5

III warm CEO Rea bought £500k on March 4th. Prelims 15/5

GFRM neutral already had trading update 1/5. AGM 16/5

All news dates are taken from Google Finance. They have not been verified with the companies themselves.

Having been fantastic sellers, Warren East (CEO) and Tim Score (CFO) have started to buy back into ARM Holdings (ARM, 95p). They sold extremely well back in February 2006 at 136-137p, and in August 2007 at 152p, realising in the region of £1.5m each.

This week they have spent some pocket money by investing almost £25k each at 94p. I’d like to see them invest more of their (well sold/raised) cash, but if they are as good at timing the buys as the sells, then this could turn into a decent signal.

Of more interest is Non Exec Young Sohn’s maiden purchase of 156,000 shares at 97p. Sohn joined the board in April 2007, and is using current weakness as a buying opportunity. Have a look at his bio, and you’ll find someone extremely well connected within Silicon Valley.

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July 2022