Concentrix is a “consumer experience” company. That means its job is to pack as many buzzwords into a powerpoint as possible to get customers to buy their consulting services.
The stock is about 40% off its highs, and the CFO came in and picked up 2,500 shares at $127/share.
The CFO knows the company’s financials, as I reiterate often. If they’re buying, it’s wise to keep an eye on this one.
That said, I’d like to see the name stabilize a little bit more, and will be looking for a long opportunity soon.
This company makes guns, but not the kind that kill.
They’re trying to create less-than-lethal munitions for both LEO and individual use.
Regardless of whether they succeed, though…
The Chief Strategy officer increased his stake by 89% the other day, buying 10k shares at $7.76/share.
This is an “extreme buy,” meaning he bought a large amount relative to his position before the buy. Extreme buys are strong indicators of insider conviction.
The stock has potentially knocked out a higher low, so it’s worth a look in the next few weeks.
This trashy little subpenny stock saw some big buys this week.
The CEO dropped $800k into the stock.
Not to be outdone, a director just bought $11MM.
View this as a trade, not an investment. there’s dilution risk from shelf offerings and related matters happening into further spikes create dilution risk…
So be nimble if you want to trade this one.
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