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Earning Plays for Dummies: $UA is Under Water (Basic TA & Obvious Catalysts)

Earning Plays for Dummies: $UA is Under Water (Basic TA & Obvious Catalysts)
TL;DR: $UA is taking on a lot of debt because of historically low retail sales causing near bankruptcy cash flow. Largest athletic apparel retailer or not, when the business isn't making money it's losing it. Taking on LARGE amount of debt, to raise cash, to keep the doors open is not the nail in the coffin, but it is damn near close. ER this Friday 7/31 could be a historic miss and future projections, margins, growth and competition will cause a sell off.
Super BEAR: 7/31 $8.50-$9 Puts
Conservative BEAR: 8/14 $7.50-$8 Puts

To Bearish Autists,

Alright retards, this DD is not done by a professional CFA, CPA or single employee LLC day trading firm. I'm a college grad, with a BS in Chemistry, and i'm 100% self taught on trading for the last 5 years. It's a hobby that pays for other hobbies, not a job and definitely not a thing i do without being informed. That being said heres my hypothesis.

$UA Has Struggled

This is no secret as many of us have brand name recognition of $UA and many of us own it. We know its not Nike and it's a step above Champions and other retail store brands, but it is simply the cost efficient/value brand for people that want quality and but aren't willing to pay Nike prices or get chafed nipples from the $WMT brand. It's become the largest athletic apparel brand in the US, with growth potential in China, signing one of the NBAs biggest star Steph Curry.
Heres the problem, the company is facing increased competition and Covid may of burned down the house when they closed retailers. $UA helped prove there is a middle ground between $NKE and $WMT in quality and price, but they failed to build beyond that, and now $AMZN and other other brands have saturated the market. When i need workout clothes, i look online, a small part of $UA business model. I look for value, and although i'm not buying Nike i'm not buying $UA either. There are tons of other brands that provide the same quality cheaper, and i don't care about brand at they gym, just comfort. $UA failed to build a signature style, they got Steph Curry, but i never hear a 24 year old sneaker head dying over their new pair of shoes. They failed to push online channels of distribution, "have you been to their website?", and some compare their pandemic model to $LULU but they are completely different brands by quality, price and consumer segment.
The companies lack of success could be bad marketing, they have the largest athletic apparel market share, but they can't turn a decent YOY earnings report. So it comes down to poor financial management and high levels of competition driving lower margins. In 2016 $UA was nearly $50/share and its lost billions YOY. Now it's facing an unpredictable pandemic, and record low revenue on a house of debt.

Important Factors for ER


  • Covid
The pandemic closed retailers and one of the largest retailers of $UA is Kohl's ($KSS). Because nearly 80% of the companies worth is in their merchandise revenue, this is a major hit. The other 20% is a licensee program that they get from selling the right to 3rd party manufacturers to make and sell the brand. They get revenue from licenses, but i'm not sure about royalties. This means that wholesale manufacturers could sell to other online retailers at a lower competitive rate than $UA if they are crafty enough, and their is supposedly low oversight on this. You can buy $UA on $AMZN but that doesn't mean you will be buying directly from $UA, and this could be true in open retail stores now. from 2017 to Q1 2020 online sales on $UA website have only grown 4%. $UA has had a tough time to have a direct to consumer channel over the past two quarters. The pandemic has lead to huge losses in retail sales, and the brands themselves. This leads us to our next subject.

  • DEBT DEBT & More DEBT
$UA Market Cap: $4.837 Billion
Liabilities: $3.387 Billion (Q1 2020)
Assets: $1.550 Billion (Q1 2020)
Cash is KING and $UA is in desperate need of it with a recent convertible note offering that raised over $400 million dollars. I'm not a finance expert, but here's a snippet that explains the liquidity crunch.

As of March 31, Under Armour had just $959 million in cash. Now, it recently raised another $460 million or so in a convertible note, so its total liquidity is about $1.41 billion. But if it burns through $400 million over the next two quarters, the balance would fall to $600 million or so.
At that point, the company would likely have to raise permanent equity and/or a mixture of equity and debt. Right now the company’s tangible book value per share (TBVPS) is just $1.02 billion, or $2.26 per share, according to data compiled by Seeking Alpha.>So, here is the problem: By the end of Q3, with another $800 million in FCF loses, the tangible book value will fall to $224 million or so, and the TBVPS will be just 49 cents per share. If that’s the case, there is no way that UA stock would still be trading at $9.28 per share, where it was earlier this week.-InvestorsPlace (Mark Hake)
Simply put they need to be frugal and cut cost to prevent bankruptcy. this is shown further in the last two weeks when $UA announced they will sell their running/social app, MyFitnessPal. They also sought to break a sponsorship deal with UCLA to conserve cash (nearly $20mil/year).
The price tag for MyFitnessPal in 2015 was $425million, i don’t think $UA will have a easy time getting anyone to buy it, much less gain on the investment. Also the sponsorship deal isn’t broken, yet, and if they do it may come with a huge monetary penalty....exactly what they want to avoid.
This weeks earnings report will announce a huge amount of new liabilities along with massive reductions in revenue expectations. This is the most important part of the ER this week.

  • China
Good news this week for $UA is that they won a branding lawsuit in China this week...against a competitor that you nor I have and will never hear of.
China is a very interesting component in the American economic and political world. They are a huge market, but politically they are neither our ally nor our foe. India will give us the same problem in 10-15 years. With increased tensions between DC and Beijing the risk of tariffs and american companies suffering are on the rise, especially retail and manufacturing.
However, China presents a huge growth opportunity to whichever lucky retailers and brands can bribe the right officials and not get caught. $UA is one of those lucky companies, but they are competing in a tough sector. Nike, Adidas, New Balance, a zillion new brands that nobody has heard of and of course knock offs. I lived in Shanghai for a year in college, and theirs “Fake mall” everywhere selling the new Jorban’s and Rolex’s and of course $UA and the Chinese government will never stop it because they don’t practice fair trade practices, at least correctly.
30% of revenue for $UA is international business including several asian and european countries and Australia. China could eventually be more of a cash cow than the US for $UA.
The international opportunity is real, but $UA may never see the light at the end of the tunnel due to this dark period of financial ruins and a competitive marketplace.

  • Upside?
The ER for $UA is going to be devastating as it has been in quarters past. you’d be insane to think any differently as the company has only seen worse and worse circumstances with little navigational correction. The only thing that could prevent a total 15-25% downside is some sort of good news. What possible good news could they have, i personally can’t think of any if they are being honest and don’t give BS projections like $TSLA. IF you think of any, or i’m missing any honest upside to this ER please comment.

  • Expectations
EPS: -0.4$ (Big miss)
Revenue: $536mil (Near miss)
Revenue is key, but the Cash flow and added liabilities will be the dagger.

A LITTLE TA & CHART PRICE ACTION

6 month Daily candle
The price of $UA has been hovering around $6.40 & $10.60 for nearly 5 months. $UA has found a solid support at $8.25 and has an upward channel trend, and this has been a very slow recovery relative to other retail brands.
RSI is inching toward overbought. MACD is unsure of the last two months progression and is looking to swing one way or the other after the ER, my bet is down. i expect that $UA will continue on trend nearing $10.60, if the stock price does not fall below the three day trend line(Lilac) then i will wait until thursday afternoon to buy the Puts for the morning ER Call. IF it falls below the lilac line before thursday afternoon i expect my downward channel to be correct and i purchase puts immediately.
Still pondering my strategy for entry and optimizing the return, between there two option ideas.
Super BEAR: 7/31 $9-$9.50
Conservative BEAR: 8/14 $7.50-$8 Puts
$UA has a great value product. It has not done a good job financially due to massive oversight in fiscal management, not creating a better direct to consumer interface, and not being competitive enough in a market with stagnant margins and retail competition that can undercut and or be more popular than the other with celebrities and fashion. $UA is not $LULU, and its drowning in debt with no end in sight. Their model has failed, and their leadership has failed. I suspect retail traders who know $UA by name recognition are propping this up, not understanding their in trouble. As soon as institutional money abandons so will the pocket investors, not to poke fun at you retards.

But hey, i may just be a fucking retard.
P.S. - IF $UA goes under, or is bought out, which athletic apparel company gains the most? My guess is $NKE (long) or $AMZN.
Edit: 7/27 today the SEC notified $UA that they will enforce action against the company for accounting practices seen as fraudulent in 2016 and 2017. It keeps getting worse.
Edit: 7/30 today will most likely be the best opportunity to get cheap 10-20% OTM puts for Friday’s earning call. The stock is shrugged off SEC notices to top executives and a gloomy prediction for earnings. But the market isn’t rational right now, if it ever is, and the stock is looking to squeeze out of its channel past $10.60, and people will take profit before the crash after ER.
Edit: 7/30 AH. 2500 shares pushed the stock up nearly 4%...still expecting big downward projection come morning. Bought 8/14 $8.50 puts this AM.
Edit: 7/30 AH. 10,000 volume pushed the stock up 10% when it moves 1-2% on 5-7 million volume days. I smell stock manipulation by an insider who want to distract from the ER.
Result: AH high of $12.80 and down to $10.25 pre market, I didn’t expect price action to play such a large role in this ER.
Final: watching for 8/14 $8 put, won’t hold till expire most likely. AH/PM on 7/31 was wild and ruined the lotto for 7/31. I’m convinced it was manipulated, why else would a stock increase 25% AH before earnings and drop 27% thereafter from the AH high...in the first hour of trading...they wanted the stock to have buffer and show a new price action target/action...should of dropped below $9 but $9.49 from $12.80 high at least validates my opinion to some degree. $9.31 new support for monday, may blow past support channel at $8.90 and then drop to $8.20 soon after. OR there could be a retracement to the idiotic $12.81. All in all Lost 1% of my account on a yolo, truly retarded.


Daily Candles

1min candles - Note AH pump...
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[12 Month Review] E-Commerce High End Men's Shoes | Reflections, Improvements & Case Study

Hi everyone,
I am a more of a lurker here and in sweatystartup. I made a post there about 7 months ago that documented the start of my journey. If you want to check it out later here it is. Long post incoming, so apologies I don't do this often. Also, English is not my native language so bear with me.
Super Quick Background:
My name is Kostas, originally from Greece living in Sweden for the last 6 years. I am a water engineer with an MSc. but the job sucked and I hated taking orders from bullies, slowpokes and unqualified people. Let alone the racism I went through. In April/May 2019 I quit in the span of a week to pursue my true interest: Selling Goodyear Welted Men's Shoes Online. To be master of my own self. The shop is called The Noble Shoe.
I didn't want to be a wantepreneur but I knew I had to be diligent. I had saved up 10000$ enough for 12 months of survival, then got a part time job for the first 4-5 months in Suitsupply, a Premium RTW Suit Store. The manager was yet another bully, so I gave him 6 months to stay as a boss when I quit in the 28th of December. He was fired a few weeks ago. The pay was great but I decided it was time to go full time, which i do for the last 7 months.
Sum of Start Up:
I also do photography, SEO, maintenance and promotions myself. Packing, including a handwritten note is done in house by me. I also run for the last 2 years a Style/Review Blog and a recently started YouTube Channel. More later.
Current Situation
Let's start with the important stuff everybody wants to read. As mentioned, I have quite a healthy margin on my products. I currently carry physically 3 Brands:
and a few more MTO/MTM brands that I don't need stock of. I included a link to each collection so you can see the differences between each brand/looks etc. If inappropriate, let me know and I will delete the links. You are most likely not my niche target, but it is important to showcase what I do.
The bulk of my sales (90-95%) comes from the first Portuguese value brand. They are great people to work with and deliver a great product for the price. I was their customer before, so for me to quit my job and start with them was a testament to how much I believed in them.
My initial projection for the year 2020 (Jan to Dec) was $100000 however I shattered it already in April, increasing my projection to $300000. I am however a very ambitious person and never satisfied. My advice is to set the bar as high as you can. So my current goal is $500000 in sales for the year.
In retrospective, I have sold 673 pairs of shoes for a combined gross revenue of $265000 with a 14.5% return customer rate. For comparison, $170000 of that came in the last 6.5 months. My conversion is not as great down to 0.45% but I am working on it, plus I am advertising to increase my traffic, awareness and reach at the moment. I have developed a strong following of return buyers and word is that I offer the best prices and best service they have dealt with. 90% of my customers are in the USA. It's very appealing since they don't pay VAT or import taxes under $800 and shipping is free.
My goal for next year is to bring $2000000 in revenue and start getting paid properly as a lot goes back into the company right now, plus my mom's got cancer so I pay for the treatment. I will also try to hire some freelancers to help with some trivial tasks as I am burning out.
Covid hasn't affected me much as I am online, plus people looked to refresh their wardrobes after quarantine and big companies with physical stores got hammered hard. I believe whoever comes out of this crisis will come out stronger than ever before.
In the meantime, let me share my tips and lessons learned from a few different areas.
Customer Service Is KING
So here's the thing. I am not just an owner, I am a customer. I bough many shoes before and it SHOCKED me how shitty the customer service was/is in many high end shoe brands. Reaching out to ask for sizing and receiving a message 4 months later, or none at all means I won't recommend your brand anywhere and also never buy from you again.
So this was my big opportunity. I love talking and interacting with people. I never leave an email hanging in my inbox and reply as soon as I can. Sometimes at 3 am in the night. I don't care, the only thing that matters is the mission. And my mission is to be the best in the world at what I do and offer the best service you have ever seen.
Feedback is great. You know, sometimes when I spot something strange in an order, or a made to order has arrived I give a quick call to the customer. They are mostly shocked, telling me they have never had such service before. If they don't reply, a very quick email works too.
Additionally, I write a handwritten note in every box. Sometimes I include a dad joke (ex. why are there no cats on mars? Because "curiosity" killed them all), sometimes I just thank them, or tell them how to properly take care of their shoes. This will be a challenge when the numbers increase, but I have some ideas already.
TLDR: Genuinely Care for your customer, and they will be your champions and ambassadors. Got a shitty customer? Deal with it and don't be afraid to say no. I have had only a handful of customers that I never want to hear from again and I can spell their names in a heartbeat. Don't sacrifice your integrity for a few $$$.
You Can Never Prepare Everything, Be Hungry To Learn Yourself
Think you can control and prepare everything pre/post launch? Impossible. I hired the website designers and they sucked. Waste of money. So I learned how to build my own website. Shopify has limitations but it is rather intuitive. I don't know code, but I learned how to find workarounds or notice patterns.
Last week I had to deal with bugs of products not showing as "Sold Out". It took me hours and hours but I did find a way.
If you are a lazy ass and think you will make a quick buck or have the money flow in you are in for a tough ride and shouldn't be in it alltogether. The goal is to work on what you love, find partners and workers you can trust and outsource the things you don't like, so you can focus on the important parts like business growth. But it takes time.
I also learned photography and photoshop, and lightroom, and illustrator. Because I had to. A cornered fox is more dangerous than a jackal. Don't give up, fight back and the smile on your face when you manage something as simple as uploading the SVG logo in your header on your website is worth it.
TLDR: Be ready to learn. A Jack of all trades is ok but in the long run you need focus and specialization. Nobody remembers the middle wheel of a truck. Be prepared for a rough 1-2 years.
Logistics Are As Important
I worked with the local post. It was my biggest source of anxiety. God damn sometimes it took 7 days to reach the US, sometimes 1.5 month. I contacted DHL and now I ship for super prices all over the world. 1 business day to New York. Unreal. Delivered to your door.
From my engineering days, we said that in a 3D model if the data that goes in is shit, the data that goes out will be shit. Same here, if your infrastructure is terrible, then you are sabotaging your whole brand/product.
Don't Be Afraid To Negotiate
My DHL prices are great. However I reached out to them a month ago and told them about my progress. They invited me to renegotiate to a better rate after the summer.
I also called my phone provider and reduced my phone bill for the exact same data by $10 a month. That's $120 a year.
I increased my stock a lot and asked for a discount on orders, I got a 3% off big orders. It quickly adds up. But nothing would happen if I didn't chase it or ask. Do it!!!!
Attracting Investors
During my last day at Suitsupply I met by sheer luck a guy. He loved my shoes and we ended up going for a coffee. Turns out he was a big investor. We reached an agreement yesterday.
We will make something great out of this. Always be ready to pitch your brand and products, have focus and know what makes you unique. Show true enthusiasm and some knowledge. Good investors will invest in YOU not the product only. It's the difference between "doing ok" and success.
One thing to note, having investors is a partnership for the long term. If you don't trust or have a good feeling about that person, don't go into it even if you need the money.
Finding investors if you have something good is not hard, finding the correct investors is. Always be prepared!
Notice What Competitors Do & Do It Better
Cliche I know, but find something you can do better and you already have a head start. For me customer service was one thing and the other was photography. Now, I am by no means a pro but when I went to a shop that sells my shoes and I couldn't see what color the shoes truly are, It means I would never buy. All of them have those annoying product photos with fake light. Well, I take my pics outside in the real world in natural light and conditions.
There's always something to improve in the formula, even if it's tiny.
Invest In Yourself
I don't pay myself right now apart from the basics. However, I do spend $700 a month right now for a personal trainer. It's worth every penny for me. It keeps me sharp, healthy and looking/feeling good. Working in the office made me a "fat blob" as I sank in my ridiculous cubicle looking at excel sheets and slowly dying by the day.
Keep learning, keep growing and find some time for yourself. Otherwise you will burn out.
Social Media Is Important But Sucks Ass
Everything these days is pay to win. You are more often than not not going to drive any sales organically. I have 25K followers on IG but most of those who follow can't afford my shoes. What it IS important for though is BRAND EXPOSURE. Be consistent and be active. It is a time pit though so if and when you can outsource it.
Don't bother with influencers or anyone that calls themselves this. They won't net you a dollar. Instead, look for small niche people like I did on YouTube etc specializing in your field. If you are truly big then you can work with brand ambassadors but don't waste your money. Those mongrels can't even spell a sentence right or pitch their products. I charge influencers 50% more when they ask for free stuff.
I gave a total of 3 pairs of shoes to a 8k subscriber guy on YouTube and he has netted me $50000 in return. Laser Focus over quantity.
Build A Community
It all started for me 2 years ago with a blog about style and shoes (Misiu Academy). It allowed me to build a small audience so when I launched my shop I already had some buyers/preorders.
I now also launched my YouTube channel 2 months ago as visuals are important in such industries.
It's a hobby for now but it will help me learn a lot. You don't need such things, but if you have laid the foundation, your growth can be much quicker.
Paid Advertising
It varies from each industry. Most of you can do the Google Ads by yourselves. Their interface is unbelievably bad, but don't waste too much money on it.
The real conversion seems to be on Facebook and Instagram. HOWEVER. Don't do it by yourselves unless you are a pro. Otherwise it is a colossal money pit. Finding a good agency is super tough and you need to be prepared to spend to make money.
I would focus 20-30% on Google and the rest on FB/IG depending on industry. I currently spend about $5000 on ads in total. Crunch the numbers based on profit and spend/roi to figure out if you are actually making/losing/breaking even.
Also, if you thought that you will hire an agency and then they do all the work...reconsider. You have to be on top of things as very rarely they will get your brand message correctly. In one of the test ads a guy sent me a template that had my shoes and the moto "keep slayin". Not even joking. I died inside a bit. Be active and review everything initially until you are on auto pilot.
Future?
Always plan two steps ahead so you never end up one step back. If that makes any sense. I am hungry for success and improvement. Currently I am changing my company to an LLC and will apply for a bigger credit line for safety with my bank.
I plan to delegate some social media handling, find better storage and optimize my marketing.
Sorry, it was a long post and I got a little tired so I will write a little less now :)
Do It, But Be Prepared
It is worth to take the plunge only to do something you enjoy. You don't need passion, passion disappears after a while. Going all in without any plan however is a surefire way to fail for most of us. Don't see problems, see opportunities and challenges.
Because the sense of freedom, financial security, financial independence and not being anyone's puppets, while giving people a smile and making their day is worth every penny.
I work around 100-110 hours a week now. It is not easy, I am almost burnt out but I know that in the next 6 months I can take a lot off my shoulders. I do have the blog/youtube however so it doesn't mean you are going to do that much. But the more time and effort you are willing to spend, the bigger rewards you will reap.
I hope it was ok to post this and I hope you enjoyed a first timer's/amateur's adventures over the course of 13 months.
I will be more than happy to answer any questions or just discuss with you.
Best, Kostas
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Significant Activist Hedge Fund Activity (Last 7 Days)

These are the latest Schedule 13D forms filed by activist investors in the last 7 days. Activist investors are investors that make an investment with the intention of influencing management in some way. There is evidence that following activist investors into investments can generate excess returns. Schedule 13G forms, in contrast, are filed by significant investors with no intention of influencing management (such as Index funds).
There is always a lot of interest in insider trades, but what a lot of people probably don't realize is that hedge fund activity is probably more predictive of future returns than insider activity. The reason is that hedge funds (a) have large research budgets, and (b) have a choice where to put their money. In contract, insiders have no choice where to put their money, but only when to time their transactions.

New Filings

This table lists new 13D filings in the last week. A new filing does not necessarily indicate a new position, as investors frequently accumulate in advance before reaching the filing threshold.
Date Form Company Investor Shares Ownership Change
06‑25 13D IMLE / TransBiotec, Inc. IDTEC, LLC 15,290,378 65.4%
06‑24 13D ATCXW / Atlas Technical Consultants, Inc. Warrant PTE Holdings, Inc. 2,377,462 29.19%
06‑23 13D SGOU / Strong Solutions Inc NV Share Services LLC 35,000,000 96.43%
06‑23 13D NCTY / The9 Ltd. Qin Jie 9,530,274 5.5% 44.74
06‑23 13D LTRN / Lantern Pharma Inc. Bios Equity Partners, LP 1,968,986 30.6%
06‑22 13D LTRN / Lantern Pharma Inc. BIOLOGICAL MIMETICS INC 1,058,231 17.0%
06‑22 13D ERA / Era Group Inc. Solus Alternative Asset Management LP 6,090,862 19.7%
06‑22 13D EVA / Enviva Partners LP VA Partners I, LLC 4,834,867 12.2% 62.67
06‑22 13D ERA / Era Group Inc. South Dakota Investment Council 6,674,073 21.6%
06‑22 13D LFGR / Leaf Group Ltd. Osmium Partners, LLC 2,007,018 7.5% 7.14
06‑22 13D TTPH / Tetraphase Pharmaceuticals, Inc. LA JOLLA PHARMACEUTICAL CO 1,085,000 14.9%
06‑22 13D LFGR / Leaf Group Ltd. Generation Partners II LLC 804,627 3.0%
06‑22 13D LFGR / Leaf Group Ltd. Oak Investment Partners XI L P 3,717,674 13.9%
06‑22 13D LFGR / Leaf Group Ltd. Boyle Capital Management, LLC 31,200 0.1%
06‑22 13D OSW / OneSpaWorld Holdings Limited STEINER LEISURE Ltd 12,867,900 19.0% 18.75
06‑22 13D LFGR / Leaf Group Ltd. Peak6 Investments Llc 1,386,583 5.2%
06‑22 13D DMD / Demand Media Inc. Spectrum Equity Investors V L P 2,770,540 10.4% -26.76
06‑22 13D RNA / Prosensa Holding N.v. In Liquidatie RTW INVESTMENTS, LLC 3,995,000 11.3%
06‑19 13D NFE / New Fortress Energy LLC NFE SMRS Holdings LLC 36,057,591 21.4%
06‑19 13D KDP / Keurig Dr Pepper Inc. BDT Oak Acquisition, B.V. 85,814,985 6.1%
06‑19 13D NIO / Nio Inc Tencent Holdings Ltd 159,033,571 15.1% -2.58
06‑19 13D LTRN / Lantern Pharma Inc. SHARMA PANNA 495,486 7.4%
06‑18 13D AMTI / Applied Molecular Transport Inc. EPIQ Capital Group, LLC 8,264,240 24.3%
06‑18 13D CLCT / Collectors Universe, Inc. Alta Fox Opportunities Fund, LP 496,945 5.4%

Amended Filings

This table lists amended filings in the last week, and is useful for monitoring changes in existing investments or when a fund closes a position. I have eliminated all filings with less than a 5% change in ownership.
Date Form Company Investor Shares Ownership Change
06‑25 13D/A 26142R104 / DraftKings Inc RPII DK LLC 21,868,062 6.2%
06‑24 13D/A PRTS / U.S. Auto Parts Network, Inc. Khazani Mina 3,020,538 7.28% -18.48
06‑24 13D/A CIH / China Index Holdings Limited American Depository Shares Fang Holdings Ltd 6,731,275 9.3% 121.43
06‑24 13D/A DTIL / PRECISION BIOSCIENCES INC Venbio Global Strategic Fund, L.p. 3,063,445 5.9% -18.06
06‑24 13D/A AVEO / AVEO Pharmaceuticals, Inc. Growth Equity Opportunities IV, LLC 5,424,009 20.8% -8.77
06‑24 13D/A SIEB / Siebert Financial Corp. Kennedy Cabot Acquisition, LLC 18,150,718 59.0% -6.35
06‑24 13D/A CBMG / Cellular Biomedicine Group, Inc. Liu Tony 1,712,920 8.8% 62.96
06‑24 13D/A SCND / Scientific Industries, Inc. Eddleman Roy T 1,495,686 42.2% 412.14
06‑24 13D/A NESR / National Energy Services Reunited Corp. Mubbadrah Investment Llc 14,883,519 17.0% -12.37
06‑24 13D/A CSTL / Castle Biosciences, Inc. Sofinnova Healthquest Partners, L.p. 1,233,577 7.2% -13.25
06‑24 13D/A BHR / Braemar Hotels & Resorts Inc. Auto Services Company, Inc. 1,494,318 4.42% -25.08
06‑23 13D/A SSKN / Strata Skin Sciences, Inc. Broadfin Capital, LLC 1,529,392 4.54% -28.95
06‑23 13D/A CATM / Cardtronics, Inc. Hudson Executive Capital LP 8,382,968 18.9% 8.00
06‑23 13D/A AXE / Anixter International, Inc. Kmjz Investments, L.l.c. 0 0.0% -100.00
06‑23 13D/A SHRG / Sharing Services Global Corp. DOCUMENT SECURITY SYSTEMS INC 21,417,593 16.99% 33.15
06‑23 13D/A 86184W106 / STONEMOR INC AXAR CAPITAL MANAGEMENT L.P. 72,804,944 61.81%
06‑23 13D/A NCTY / The9 Ltd. Zhu Jun 39,370,879 21.1% 44.52
06‑23 13D/A PGNX / Progenics Pharmaceuticals, Inc. Lantheus Holdings, Inc. 1,000 100.0% 975.27
06‑23 13D/A BYFC / Broadway Financial Corp. Capital Corps, LLC 0 0.0% -100.00
06‑22 13D/A PFSW / PFSweb, Inc. Hoak Public Equities, LP 762,009 3.91% -24.66
06‑22 13D/A LNDC / Landec Corp. Legion Partners Asset Management, LLC 2,866,340 9.82% 20.20
06‑22 13D/A SINT / Sintx Technologies Inc Binsalamah Ziyad 0 0.0% -100.00
06‑22 13D/A FNJN / Finjan Holdings, Inc. Halcyon Long Duration Recoveries Management Lp 1,916,921 6.9% -51.41
06‑22 13D/A 39813G109 / Grid Dynamics Holdings Inc Explorer Parent LLC 5,065,203 9.9%
06‑22 13D/A OXBR / Oxbridge Re Holdings Limited FARNAM STREET PARTNERS LP /MN 472,520 8.2% -11.35
06‑22 13D/A MHLD / Maiden Holdings Ltd. Catalina Holdings (bermuda) Ltd 4,696,526 5.54% -15.68
06‑22 13D/A HBIO / Harvard Bioscience, Inc. Engine Capital, L.P. 1,877,121 4.9% -31.94
06‑22 13D/A TOUR / Tuniu Corporation JD.com, Inc. 78,061,780 21.1% -24.37
06‑19 13D/A PRTS / U.S. Auto Parts Network, Inc. Philotimo Fund, LP 4,674,492 12.67% -18.78
06‑19 13D/A TKC / Turkcell Iletisim Hizmetleri A.S. CUKUROVA FINANCE INTERNATIONAL Ltd 1,122,995,509 51.0%
06‑19 13D/A LAZY / Lazydays Holdings, Inc. Coliseum Capital Management, LLC 6,833,383 46.4% 6.67
06‑19 13D/A REPL / Replimune Group, Inc. Atlas Venture Fund X, L.p. 3,398,080 8.6% -20.37
06‑19 13D/A LEU / Centrus Energy Corp. Subin Neil S 824,400 9.4% -16.81
06‑19 13D/A SREV / ServiceSource International, Inc. Edenbrook Capital, LLC 10,745,070 11.29% 9.72
06‑19 13D/A REKR / Rekor Systems, Inc. Avon Road Partners, L.p. 3,337,104 14.6%
06‑19 13D/A COE / China Online Education Group DCM Ventures China Turbo Fund, L.P. 68,288,327 28.3% -5.35
06‑19 13D/A ATHM / Autohome Inc. Yun Chen Capital Cayman 58,724,328 49.4% -7.14
06‑19 13D/A MCEP / Mid-Con Energy Partners, LP GAINSCO INC 1,197,541 8.37% 41.86
06‑19 13D/A COHN / Cohen & Company Inc COHEN DANIEL G 3,016,006 74.61% 46.38
06‑18 13D/A NOVN / Novan, Inc. Reedy Creek Investments Llc 7,902,936 9.3% -16.22
06‑18 13D/A GGO / The Gabelli Go Anywhere Trust GAMCO INVESTORS, INC. ET AL 70,719 24.24% 80.36
06‑18 13D/A JMPB / JMP Group LLC Jolson Joseph A 6,730,749 34.38% 12.24
06‑18 13D/A MRKR / Marker Therapeutics, Inc. Eastern Capital LTD 4,883,335 10.3% -8.04
06‑18 13D/A ARDX / Ardelyx, Inc. New Enterprise Associates 12, Limited Partnership 13,656,482 15.3% -43.75
06‑18 13D/A TKC / Turkcell Iletisim Hizmetleri A.S. TELIASONERA AB 0 0.0%
06‑18 13D/A CBK / Christopher & Banks Corp. Macellum Retail Opportunity Fund, LP 5,089,213 13.3% 8.13
06‑18 13D/A VTL / Vital Therapies, Inc. Ibg Risikokapitalfonds Ii Gmbh & Co. Kg 743,256 4.99% -35.94
06‑18 13D/A ETTX / Entasis Therapeutics Holdings Inc. Frazier Life Sciences Viii, L.p. 799,953 2.9% -63.29
06‑18 13D/A HLNE / Hamilton Lane INC Hla Investments Llc 23,021,247 43.4% -11.43
Source: Fintel.io/activists
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Significant Activist Hedge Fund Activity (Last 7 Days)

These are the latest Schedule 13D forms filed by activist investors in the last 7 days. Activist investors are investors that make an investment with the intention of influencing management in some way. There is evidence that following activist investors into investments can generate excess returns. Schedule 13G forms, in contrast, are filed by significant investors with no intention of influencing management (such as Index funds).
There is always a lot of interest in insider trades, but what a lot of people probably don't realize is that hedge fund activity is probably more predictive of future returns than insider activity. The reason is that hedge funds (a) have large research budgets, and (b) have a choice where to put their money. In contract, insiders have no choice where to put their money, but only when to time their transactions.

New Filings

This table lists new 13D filings in the last week. A new filing does not necessarily indicate a new position, as investors frequently accumulate in advance before reaching the filing threshold.
Date Form Company Investor Shares Ownership Change
11‑12 13D FAT / FAT Brands Inc. Fortunoff Gregory 320,040 2.7%
11‑08 13D DYSL / Dynasil Corp. of America HALE MARTIN M JR 1,105,000 7.47%
11‑08 13D CBTX / CBTX, Inc. Penland Joe Sr 1,259,695 5.0%
11‑08 13D BRS / Bristow Group, Inc. Empyrean Investments, Llc 2,500,271 19.98%
11‑08 13D RAPT / RAPT Therapeutics, Inc. Column Group Ii, Lp 6,777,151 31.8%
11‑08 13D BRS / Bristow Group, Inc. Solus Alternative Asset Management LP 5,515,019 40.76%
11‑08 13D VIR / Vir Biotechnology, Inc. Arch Venture Fund Ix, L.p. 28,666,663 26.2%
11‑08 13D OYST / Oyster Point Pharma, Inc. New Enterprise Associates 14, L.P. 5,925,287 28.7%
11‑07 13D CHAC / Chardan Healthcare Acquisition Corp. OrbiMed Israel BioFund GP Limited Partnership 2,290,490 10.0%
11‑07 13D CLNC / Colony NorthStar Crdt Real Estat Colony NorthStar, Inc. 47,987,552 36.5% -0.27
11‑07 13D SLPA / Sleepaid Hldg Co Com Restricted Zheng Huihe 25,022,000 %
11‑06 13D RTIX / RTI Surgical, Inc. Glen Capital Partners Focus Fund, L.P. 5,117,616 6.9% -2.68
11‑06 13D PHAT / Phathom Pharmaceuticals, Inc. Frazier Life Sciences Ix, L.p. 7,284,269 25.1%
11‑06 13D PHAT / Phathom Pharmaceuticals, Inc. TAKEDA PHARMACEUTICAL CO LTD 8,672,000 24.7%
11‑05 13D FAM / First/Trust Aberdeen Global Opportunity Income Fund Karpus Management, Inc. 2,654,727 20.81% 18.91
11‑05 13D GLAC / Greenland Acquisition Corporation Cenntro Holding Ltd 7,500,000 75.0%

Amended Filings

This table lists amended filings in the last week, and is useful for monitoring changes in existing investments or when a fund closes a position. I have eliminated all filings with less than a 5% change in ownership.
Date Form Company Investor Shares Ownership Change
11‑12 13D/A BVXV / BiondVax Pharmaceuticals Ltd. NACHT MARIUS 170,961,770 42.49% 106.66
11‑12 13D/A PRTS / U.S. Auto Parts Network, Inc. Philotimo Fund, LP 5,625,933 15.6% 6.85
11‑09 13D/A CYRN / CYREN Ltd. Wp Xii Investments B.v. 32,211,010 54.3% 7.31
11‑09 13D/A MAGE / Magellan Gold Corporation POWER JOHN C /CA/ 263,019 17.02% 102.14
11‑08 13D/A AJRD / Aerojet Rocketdyne Holdings, Inc. GAMCO INVESTORS, INC. ET AL 3,640,108 4.62% -10.64
11‑08 13D/A SMLR / Semler Scientific, Inc. Murphy-Chutorian Douglas 841,175 11.5% -7.26
11‑08 13D/A PEO / Adams Natural Resources Fund, Inc. Ancora Advisors, LLC 2,071,912 7.02% 29.04
11‑08 13D/A PAH / Platform Specialty Products Corp. FRANKLIN MARTIN E 31,376,286 6.5% 16.07
11‑08 13D/A MAGE / Magellan Gold Corporation Gibbs John D 1,340,773 60.4% 98.49
11‑08 13D/A UNVR / Univar, Inc. Temasek Holdings (Private) Ltd 9,629,535 5.71% -30.37
11‑08 13D/A CNFR / Conifer Holdings, Inc. Clarkston Ventures, Llc 2,107,425 21.98% 17.04
11‑08 13D/A ENPH / Enphase Energy, Inc. Sunpower Equity Holdings, Llc 6,500,000 5.31%
11‑08 13D/A MRUS / Merus N.V. Cooperatief LSP IV U.A. 1,225,661 4.2% -44.74
11‑07 13D/A LBRT / Liberty Oilfield Services Inc. Riverstone/carlyle Energy Partners Iv, L.p. 34,054,996 30.3% -14.41
11‑07 13D/A VAPO / VAPOTHERM INC Gilde Healthcare Holding B.V. 1,189,026 5.6% -18.84
11‑07 13D/A POPE / Pope Resources, L.P. Pope Mgp Inc 6,000 %
11‑07 13D/A ATEX / pdvWireless, Inc. FEINBERG STEPHEN 1,500,099 8.8% -16.98
11‑07 13D/A CMPR / Cimpress N.V. Prescott General Partners LLC 3,906,492 14.0% -6.04
11‑07 13D/A AGII / Argo Group International Holdings, Ltd. Voce Capital Management LLC 1,974,447 5.8% 7.41
11‑07 13D/A PZZA / Papa John's International, Inc. Schnatter John H 3,393,770 10.5% -37.13
11‑06 13D/A CBPO / China Biologic Products, Inc. Parfield International Ltd 3,137,696 8.2% -10.19
11‑06 13D/A BGNE / BeiGene, Ltd. Baker Brothers Advisors LP 159,118,860 20.3% -8.97
11‑06 13D/A ORN / Orion Marine Group, Inc. Palogic Value Management, L.P. 1,382,993 4.7% -17.54
11‑06 13D/A NTC / Nuveen Connecticut Premium Income Municipal Fund, Inc. Bulldog Investors, LLC 614,007 %
11‑06 13D/A TOPS / TOP Ships, Inc. Family Trading Inc. 7,202,846 61.6% -5.67
11‑06 13D/A NRCG / NRC GROUP HOLDINGS CORP. Jfl Gp Investors Iii, Llc 0 0.0%
11‑05 13D/A TDNT / Trident Brands Inc Fengate Trident Lp 44,968,638 %
11‑05 13D/A MSGN / MSG Networks Inc. GAMCO INVESTORS, INC. ET AL 1,930,457 4.15% 22.42
11‑05 13D/A TPX / Tempur Sealy International, Inc. H PARTNERS MANAGEMENT, LLC 5,700,000 10.4% -29.35
11‑05 13D/A HALO / Halozyme Therapeutics, Inc. KIRK RANDAL J 7,046,385 4.8% -33.33
11‑05 13D/A NRCG / NRC GROUP HOLDINGS CORP. CYRUS CAPITAL PARTNERS, L.P. 0 0.0% -100.00
11‑05 13D/A DSS / Document Security Systems, Inc. Chan Heng Fai Ambrose 11,493,641 31.77% 74.56
11‑05 13D/A RVEN / Reven Housing REIT, Inc. King Apex Group Holdings IV Ltd 0 0.0% -100.00
11‑05 13D/A RVEN / Reven Housing REIT, Inc. Carpenter Chad M. 0 0.0% -100.00
11‑05 13D/A RVEN / Reven Housing REIT, Inc. Allied Fortune (HK) Management Ltd 0 0.0% -100.00
11‑05 13D/A CBRL / Cracker Barrel Old Country Store, Inc. BIGLARI CAPITAL CORP. 2,000,000 8.3% -9.78
11‑05 13D/A LOV / Spark Networks, Inc. Rocket Internet Se 2,227,697 8.56% -11.11
11‑05 13D/A CQPTY / Collplant Holdings Ltd Sagi Ami 2,217,086 36.6% 28.42
11‑05 13D/A ATV / Acorn International, Inc. Roche Robert W. 38,967,937 75.5% 53.67
11‑05 13D/A WBA / Walgreens Boots Alliance, Inc. Alliance Sante Participations S.A. 144,971,528 16.2% 10.96
Source: Fintel.io/activists
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Mobile Mechanic Business - $50k Update

Mobile Mechanic Business - $50k Update

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Hey everyone. Anyone who has been following Nick's amazing podcast may remember me from episode 64. In that call Nick had given me plenty of great advice on kind of, where to go and how to handle the next steps of my business. I have been a fan of Nick's since his early posts in /Entrepreneur, which got him banned from that sub after also getting many reddit golds. I like the encouragement to start a hard working start up, something that isn't tech related and doesn't require much to get going.
I decided to do a bit of an update as I've hit $50k in sales which when I started seemed miles away. I've learned a lot in this year and thought maybe someone would get some sort of value from a post like this. As well as put myself into perspective.
A little about me, I'm a licensed Red Seal mechanic in Canada, and have been for the better part of 10 years. (for the Americans, think ASE Master, but federally regulated) I've worked in a lot of different places and have a lot of experience in the trade. From domestic, to Asian, to European, to luxury and exotic. There isn't too much I haven't worked on. Also, I'm really good at my job. I know, it sounds egotistical, but honestly I've worked with a lot of guys in this trade and I really can't name a guy that's better than I am. This sounds like a brag but there's a reason for it later on in this post.
I started my mobile mechanic business part time while still working a full time job. I registered my LLC on January 2nd, got my first customer on March 8th, went full time on my business on June 26th, and hit $50k in sales on Sept 7th. I thought I would share some things that I have learned along the way for other people just starting out in their business.
Pricing
This is a topic I've seen come up on this sub so many times. There is no one answer to this question. First things first is to find out what your competition is charging, which means you have to figure out who your competition is, and more so, your customer. There are a couple different types of mobile mechanic services in my area. There's a couple "handyman" type guys who decide to dabble in auto repair, and charge pennies for their sub par services. These guys are not my competition. There's a couple of larger "techy" companies who are basically like Uber for mobile mechanics. These are businesses with absolutely no personal touch. These are not my competition. Then there is your traditional auto repair shops that are doing things the same way they have done for their "25 years in the business". This is my competition. I charge slightly less than the traditional shop and offer superior convenience and a personal touch in that you deal directly with me, the guy doing the actual repairs. I can compete with the shops because I'm on the same level. I am licensed and insured in the same way any auto shop would be except I'm a little cheaper and much more convenient.
If anyone was to ask me about price I would say that the perfect price point in my situation is that price shoppers think I'm way too expensive compared to the "handyman" types, but the folks who are used to dealing with a traditional shop think I'm super affordable and love the convenience.
Cash Flow
Cash flow is king. Never mind profit and loss for now but cash flow is where you're going to make or break your business. If you don't really understand cash flow, you should read up on it. My business is profitable every month, but I had a negative cash flow due to some unforeseen expenses. I was wondering why I was having such a bottle neck with my parts supplier. I originally set up my account with my distributor to have a $500 balance, once that balance was reached, it got charged to my credit card which only had a $3000 limit as it was a new business card. You can imagine when I'm doing $10k a month and 30% is parts that all of these limits get reached. Just from the day to day it's easy to get sidetracked and having to keep an eye on these accounts all the time. I was forced to pay for $700 in parts which got returned after the charges went through, which means they were paid off in cash. Sure I have a $700 credit that I will use, but the cash I need for other things. I have since gotten my supplier to look at my account and they have bumped me up to $5k monthly to help with this issue. When I started this business I had no idea what cash flow was, but now I have a clear vision on it's importance.
Always factor your time
It's easy to lose sight of the fact that you are your own free labour. Always factor in your time to the profit of a job. Pretend as if you had to pay an employee to do the work you're doing. Which if you're like me, is the position you want to get to ASAP. When I worked at a used car dealer I had always wondered why they basically acted as if there were two separated businesses between sales and service. We would "bill" the service department as if they were any retail customer. I know why they did that now, so they could factor that into the profit on the vehicle.
You are not on Shark Tank
Let's be honest, when you go full time on your business, you still have bills to pay. We don't all have the luxury of being able to put every penny of profit back into the business. I certainly don't. I made a promise to my wife and to myself that even if I went into this full time I would still be able to bring in the same pay as before. I am at that point but let me tell you, there isn't all that much left to leave in the business after that fact. At first that got me frustrated, I wanted to be like all these entrepreneurs I read about, taking out nothing and piling all the money into scaling the business. It's just not possible for me to do it, I'm ok with that, and you should be too. Your time is worth more than the cash. My goal now is to get to that point, where I can leave in as much or more than I take out. Nothing says you have to scale your business as quickly as humanly possible, marathon and not a sprint.
It's all on you
This is the most surreal feeling and really gets me overwhelmed. I'm scheduling, making estimates, fixing cars, customer inquiries, phone calls. There are days where I just have too much on my plate. I've actually turned my phone off when I get into a frustrating job, not ideal for the business, but my mental health needs it. Running a business by yourself is a lot, it really is a lot of work but so worth it.
Word of mouth spreads like wildfire
I've heard crazy things on many business forums saying crazy things about how it takes years for "word of mouth" to kick it. It doesn't, word of mouth gets around quicker than you would ever imagine and there are ways for you to make sure it spreads. My business is getting up to 80% of it's business from word of mouth and I've only really had customers for 6 months. So how do you get "word of mouth" business? You go above and beyond. You do whatever you can to make sure EVERY customer you service knows that you know your stuff and that you put out an amazing product. You do things your competition isn't doing. I actually ask my customers if their other cars are having issues and look at them for free if I'm already there doing work. Shops would charge extra for this. I reassure all of my customers that I stand by my work, I tell them no matter what, if they're not happy I will make sure it does get fixed up right. Shops would do anything to avoid doing re-checks. These little things, that take no time, really make people's days because they're so used to the opposite, old school type of service. This is where being good at your job comes in. If you know what you're doing, and you're good at it, it will radiate from you. So no matter what business you're starting, know as much about the service as you can, know what other places charge, know how other businesses work and take every opportunity to remind your customer that you do these things differently.
So what does life look like now? It's actually amazing. My typical day as an employee meant that I would get up at 6am, showered, coffee, dressed and out before my kids got up at 7. I would normally get to the shop by about 7:30am, enough time to change and start work on time at 8am. Sometimes the manager didn't get there before me, which means I would waste precious life sitting in my car waiting to start. Slow day? I would have to "look busy". Leave everyday at 5pm and sit in rush hour traffic to get home.
Now, I get up at the same time. Have my coffee, do some book keeping, watch the soccer highlights. I get to make breakfast for the kids every morning as I schedule my first jobs after rush hour. I also schedule my last job to finish before or after the evening rush hour. Slow day? I get any outstanding errands done, think scrap metal or parts returns, or if I feel like just going home and kicking a ball around with my daughter, I do that. My favourite thing to say to friends and family is "I'll have to ask my boss.", I think when I say it they all hate me a little.
I hope this little insight gives someone out there a bit of value. I am far from a business building expert, far far from it. If anyone has any questions I'd be happy to answer with whatever knowledge I can. Even if you have a problem with your car, I can probably help you out.
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J.P. Morgan Early Look at the Market – Thurs 9.14.17 - **PLEASE DO NOT FORWARD THIS DOCUMENT**

J.P. Morgan Early Look at the Market – Thurs 9.14.17 Trading Desk Commentary; For Institutional Investors Only
*PLEASE DO NOT FORWARD THIS DOCUMENT*

Morning Levels

Trading Update

Top Headlines for Thursday

Calendar of events to watch for the week of Mon Sept 18

Catalysts – big events to watch over the coming months

Tech Events – calendar of events coming up over the next few weeks

Full catalyst list

  • Mon Sept 18 – China Aug property prices (Sun night/Mon morning)
  • Mon Sept 18 – US NAHB housing market index for Sept. 10amET.
  • Mon Sept 18 – analyst meetings: BA
  • Mon Sept 18 – earnings after the close: SCS
  • Tues Sept 19 – Eurozone/German ZEW survey for Sept. 5amET.
  • Tues Sept 19 – US current account balance for Q2. 8:30amET.
  • Tues Sept 19 – US housing starts for Aug. 8:30amET.
  • Tues Sept 19 – US import prices for Aug. 8:30amET.
  • Tues Sept 19 – US building permits for Aug. 8:30amET.
  • Tues Sept 19 – analyst meetings: AIR Canada, BA, BBY, BIG, CARB
  • Tues Sept 19 – earnings before the open: APOG, AZO, PGR
  • Tues Sept 19 – earnings after the close: ADBE, AIR, ALOG, BBBY, FDX
  • Wed Sept 20 – US existing home sales for Aug. 10amET.
  • Wed Sept 20 – FOMC decision. 2pmET press release and 2:30pmET press conf.
  • Wed Sept 20 – analyst meetings: PPC
  • Wed Sept 20 – earnings before the open: GIS
  • Wed Sept 20 – earnings after the close: MLHR
  • Thurs Sept 21 – BOJ policy decision (Wed night/Thurs morning).
  • Thurs Sept 21 – ECB economic bulletin. 4amET.
  • Thurs Sept 21 – Eurozone consumer confidence for Sept. 10amET.
  • Thurs Sept 21 – US FHFA home price index for Jul. 9amET.
  • Thurs Sept 21 – US Leading Index for Aug. 10amET.
  • Thurs Sept 21 – earnings before the open: MANU
  • Thurs Sept 21 – earnings after the close: PSDO, YOGA
  • Fri Sept 22 – Eurozone flash PMIs for Sept. 4amET.
  • Fri Sept 22 – US flash PMIs for Sept. 9:45amET.
  • Fri Sept 22 – Fed speakers (Williams, George, Kaplan)
  • Fri Sept 22 – analyst meetings: Adecco
  • Fri Sept 22 – earnings before the open: FINL, KMX
  • Mon Sept 25 – German IFO results for Sept. 4amET.
  • Mon Sept 25 – US Chicago Fed Index for Aug. 8:30amET.
  • Mon Sept 25 – US Dallas Fed Index for Sept. 10:30amET.
  • Mon Sept 25 – analyst meetings: CMS, Total
  • Mon Sept 25 – earnings after the close: RHT
  • Tues Sept 26 – US Case-Shiller home price index for Jul. 9amET.
  • Tues Sept 26 – US new home sales for Aug. 10amET.
  • Tues Sept 26 – US Conf. Board Consumer Confidence for Sept. 10amET.
  • Tues Sept 26 – Yellen delivers keynote at NABE conference in Cleveland. 12pmET.
  • Tues Sept 26 – analyst meetings: Nestle, SPR, UBNT, VAR
  • Tues Sept 26 – earnings before the open: DRI, FDS, INFO
  • Tues Sept 26 – earnings after the close: LNDC, MU, NKE, WOR
  • Wed Sept 27 – China industrial profits for Aug (Tues night/Wed morning)
  • Wed Sept 27 – Eurozone M3 money supply figures for Aug. 4amET.
  • Wed Sept 27 – US durable goods for Aug. 8:30amET.
  • Wed Sept 27 – US pending home sales for Aug. 10amET.
  • Wed Sept 27 – analyst meetings: AMAT, DLPH, KMX, PANW, SPR
  • Wed Sept 27 – earnings after the close: PIR
  • Thurs Sept 28 – Eurozone confidence measures for Sept. 5amET.
  • Thurs Sept 28 – German inflation for Sept. 8amET.
  • Thurs Sept 28 – US Q2 data revisions (GDP, PCE, etc.). 8:30amET.
  • Thurs Sept 28 – US advance goods trade balance for Aug. 8:30amET.
  • Thurs Sept 28 – analyst meetings: AEE, AFL
  • Thurs Sept 28 – earnings before the open: ACN, MKC, MTN, RAD
  • Thurs Sept 28 – earnings after the close: SGH
  • Fri Sept 29 – China Caixin manufacturing PMI for Sept (Thurs night/Fri morning)
  • Fri Sept 29 – German jobs numbers for Sept. 3:55amET.
  • Fri Sept 29 – Eurozone CPI for Sept. 5amET.
  • Fri Sept 29 – US personal income/spending for Aug. 8:30amET.
  • Fri Sept 29 – US PCE for Aug. 8:30amET.
  • Fri Sept 29 – Chicago PMI for Sept. 9:45amET.
  • Fri Sept 29 – Michigan Confidence for Sept. 10amET.
  • Fri Sept 29 – analyst meetings: CMP
  • Sat Sept 30 – China NBS manufacturing and non-manufacturing PMI for Sept (Fri night/Sat morning)
  • Mon Oct 2 – China mainland markets closed Mon 10/2-Fri 10/6 for the National Day holiday.
  • Mon Oct 2 – Eurozone manufacturing PMI for Sept. 4amET.
  • Mon Oct 2 – Eurozone unemployment rate for Aug. 5amET.
  • Mon Oct 2 – US manufacturing PMI for Sept. 9:45amET.
  • Mon Oct 2 – US manufacturing ISM for Sept. 10amET.
  • Mon Oct 2 – US construction spending for Aug. 10amET.
  • Tues Oct 3 – Eurozone PPI for Aug. 5amET.
  • Tues Oct 3 – US auto sales for Sept.
  • Tues Oct 3 – analyst meetings: F/Ford (Ford CEO to host strategic update), INTU, SHW
  • Tues Oct 3 – earnings before the open: PAYX
  • Wed Oct 4 – Eurozone services PMI for Sept. 4amET.
  • Wed Oct 4 – Eurozone retail sales for Aug. 5amET.
  • Wed Oct 4 – RBI rate decision. 5amET.
  • Wed Oct 4 – US ADP jobs report for Sept. 8:15amET.
  • Wed Oct 4 – US services PMI for Sept. 9:45amET.
  • Wed Oct 4 – US non-manufacturing ISM for Sept. 10amET.
  • Wed Oct 4 – Yellen delivers opening remarks at Community Banking conf. 3:15pmET.
  • Wed Oct 4 – analyst meetings: MNK, TTD
  • Wed Oct 4 – earnings before the open: MON, PEP
  • Wed Oct 4 – earnings after the close: RECN
  • Thurs Oct 5 – ECB meeting minutes. 7:30amET.
  • Thurs Oct 5 – US factory orders and durable goods for Aug. 10amET.
  • Thurs Oct 5 – analyst meetings: BKH, CLX, LUK
  • Thurs Oct 5 – earnings before the open: STZ
  • Thurs Oct 5 – earnings after the close: COST, YUMC
  • Fri Oct 6 – German factory orders for Aug. 2amET.
  • Fri Oct 6 – US jobs report for Sept. 8:30amET.
  • Fri Oct 6 – US wholesale inventories/trade sales for Aug. 10amET.
  • Fri Oct 6 – US consumer credit for Aug. 3pmET.
  • Sat Oct 7 – China FX reserves for Sept (Fri night/Sat morning)
  • Mon Oct 9 – China Caixin services PMI for Sept (Sun night/Mon morning)
  • Mon Oct 9 – German industrial production for Aug. 2amET.
  • Mon Oct 9 – Columbus Day holiday in the US (equities will be open while fixed income is closed).
  • Tues Oct 10 – German trade balance for Aug. 2amET.
  • Tues Oct 10 – analyst meetings: TECD, WDAY, WMT
  • Tues Oct 10 – PG shareholder meeting
  • Wed Oct 11 – US JOLTs report for Aug. 10amET.
  • Wed Oct 11 – Fed minutes from the Sept 20 meeting (2pmET).
  • Wed Oct 11 – analyst meetings: KR
  • Wed Oct 11 – earnings before the open: FAST
  • Thurs Oct 12 – Eurozone industrial production for Aug. 5amET.
  • Thurs Oct 12 – US PPI for Sept. 8:30amET.
  • Thurs Oct 12 – analyst meetings: BOX, HPQ
  • Thurs Oct 12 – earnings before the open: C, JPM, Tata Consultancy.
  • Fri Oct 13 – China imports/exports for Sept (Thurs night/Fri morning)
  • Fri Oct 13 – US CPI for Sept. 8:30amET.
  • Fri Oct 13 – US retail sales for Sept. 8:30amET.
  • Fri Oct 13 – US Michigan Sentiment for Oct. 10amET.
  • Fri Oct 13 – US business inventories for Aug. 10amET.
  • Fri Oct 13 – analyst meetings: SAFM
  • Fri Oct 13 – European trading updates: Man Group
  • Fri Oct 13 – earnings before the open: BAC, PNC, WFC
  • Mon Oct 16 – China CPI/PPI for Sept (Sun night/Mon morning)
  • Mon Oct 16 – Eurozone trade balance for Aug. 5amET.
  • Tues Oct 17 – Eurozone Sept auto registrations. 2amET.
  • Tues Oct 17 – German ZEW survey results for Oct. 5amET.
  • Tues Oct 17 – US import prices for Sept. 8:30amET.
  • Tues Oct 17 – US industrial production for Sept. 9:15amET.
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5-30: Last Week's Notable Insider Buys

These are insider buys of $10K or more reported to the SEC in the last 7 days. The SEC defines an insider as any officer, director or 10% shareholder. It is not illegal for these people to buy or sell their own shares. In fact, since most of them get paid in stock options, it is expected. However, it is illegal for them to trade on inside information that has not been made public. So for example if there are drug trial results that are bad and not public, insiders cannot dump shares. That said, many people have observed that insiders - in general - seem to have a good track record at timing their purchases.
Date Symbol Company Insider Shares Value
05‑26 OPK Opko Health, Inc. FROST PHILLIP MD ET AL 4,700 29,657
05‑26 OPK Opko Health, Inc. FROST PHILLIP MD ET AL 4,000 25,200
05‑26 AAP Advance Auto Parts, Inc. LEE EUGENE I JR 1,895 250,481
05‑26 OPK Opko Health, Inc. FROST PHILLIP MD ET AL 9,900 62,271
05‑26 SGYP Synergy Pharmaceuticals, Inc. JACOB GARY S 5,680 19,967
05‑26 LAWS Lawson Products, Inc. KING LUTHER CAPITAL MANAGEMENT CORP 3,076 61,155
05‑26 OPK Opko Health, Inc. FROST PHILLIP MD ET AL 6,500 40,820
05‑26 SGYP Synergy Pharmaceuticals, Inc. BRANCACCIO JOHN P 6,500 23,335
05‑26 LAWS Lawson Products, Inc. KING LUTHER CAPITAL MANAGEMENT CORP 3,765 74,878
05‑26 OPK Opko Health, Inc. FROST PHILLIP MD ET AL 5,200 32,604
05‑26 WMB Williams Companies, Inc. (The) CREEL MICHAEL A 5,000 148,350
05‑26 CDK CDK Global, Inc. MacDonald Brian P 5,000 302,360
05‑26 AAT American Assets Trust Inc RADY ERNEST S 15,206 597,596
05‑26 CVO Cenveo, Inc. PURI NATHU R 52,400 291,548
05‑26 CVO Cenveo, Inc. PURI NATHU R 2,778 15,318
05‑26 OPK Opko Health, Inc. FROST PHILLIP MD ET AL 5,000 31,700
05‑26 OII Oceaneering International, Inc. BARRETT STEPHEN P 700 17,332
05‑26 AE Adams Resources & Energy, Inc. Griffith Geoffrey 482 19,160
05‑26 BIVV Bioverativ Inc. DENNER ALEXANDER J 450,000 25,745,130
05‑26 NEWT Newtek Business Services Corp. SLOANE BARRY 1,000 16,850
05‑26 HLTH NOBILIS HEALTH CORP Young Paul David 10,000 13,950
05‑26 BONT Bon-Ton Stores, Inc. (THE) Rigby Paul E 20,000 11,718
05‑26 SRG Seritage Growth Properties BERKOWITZ BRUCE R 15,300 605,268
05‑26 JUNO Juno Therapeutics, Inc. FLATLEY JAY T 10,000 243,700
05‑26 LAWS Lawson Products, Inc. King John Bryan 2,505 49,740
05‑26 LAWS Lawson Products, Inc. King John Bryan 3,076 61,155
05‑26 GM General Motors Company Mendillo Jane L 1,520 50,038
05‑26 BIVV Bioverativ Inc. PAGLIA LOUIS J 2,000 115,520
05‑26 LAWS Lawson Products, Inc. King John Bryan 3,765 74,878
05‑26 LAWS Lawson Products, Inc. KING LUTHER CAPITAL MANAGEMENT CORP 2,505 49,740
05‑26 LNCE Snyders-Lance, Inc. BRUBAKER PETER P 1,000 37,100
05‑26 OPK Opko Health, Inc. FROST PHILLIP MD ET AL 19,100 120,712
05‑26 OPK Opko Health, Inc. FROST PHILLIP MD ET AL 6,900 43,677
05‑25 BTU Peabody Energy Corporation ELLIOTT ASSOCIATES, L.P. 992 23,676
05‑25 LAWS Lawson Products, Inc. KING LUTHER CAPITAL MANAGEMENT CORP 2,110 41,898
05‑25 LAWS Lawson Products, Inc. KING LUTHER CAPITAL MANAGEMENT CORP 697 13,850
05‑25 LAWS Lawson Products, Inc. KING LUTHER CAPITAL MANAGEMENT CORP 1,400 27,790
05‑25 LAWS Lawson Products, Inc. King John Bryan 2,110 41,898
05‑25 LAWS Lawson Products, Inc. King John Bryan 697 13,850
05‑25 LAWS Lawson Products, Inc. King John Bryan 1,400 27,790
05‑25 AFB Alliance National Municipal Income Fund, Inc. McMullen Carol 1,928 26,105
05‑25 AWF AllianceBernstein Global High Income Fund, Inc. McMullen Carol 2,020 25,856
05‑25 FAST Fastenal Co. Lewis Holden 1,000 43,760
05‑25 TUES Tuesday Morning Corp. Becker Steven R 50,000 89,990
05‑25 APLE Apple Hospitality REIT, Inc. KNIGHT GLADE M 5,400 102,536
05‑25 AAT American Assets Trust Inc RADY ERNEST S 17,478 693,527
05‑25 BIVV Bioverativ Inc. DENNER ALEXANDER J 130,000 7,147,907
05‑25 PHF Pacholder High Yield Fund, Inc. Bulldog Investors, LLC 8,334 66,172
05‑25 CORI Corium International, Inc. PERCEPTIVE ADVISORS LLC 1,902,400 11,890,000
05‑25 SITE SiteOne Landscape Supply, Inc. BLACK DOUG 6,200 314,712
05‑25 SELF Global Self Storage, Inc. TUXIS CORP 4,500 22,815
05‑25 SMTX SMTC Corp. SMITH EDWARD J 10,300 12,747
05‑25 BSRR Sierra Bancorp Dutto Laurence S 500 12,605
05‑25 DNOW NOW Inc. Crandell James 5,000 87,650
05‑25 OOMA Ooma Inc. Narula Ravi 3,000 24,885
05‑25 SXCP SunCoke Energy Partners LP Sun Coal & Coke LLC 45,900 786,593
05‑25 BGIO BlackRock 2022 Global Income Opportunity Trust Rieder Richard M 11,803 117,794
05‑25 AMED Amedisys, Inc. PERKINS BRUCE D 500 29,845
05‑25 NVTR Nuvectra Corporation DREES SCOTT F 1,700 16,915
05‑25 PRSS CafePress Inc. MILLER LLOYD I III 10,101 25,657
05‑25 QHC Quorum Health Corporation Koury Shaheed 8,500 30,260
05‑25 SPKE Spark Energy, Inc. Maxwell W Keith III 3,807 164,196
05‑25 RTNB root9B Technologies, Inc. Quad Capital Management Advisors LLC 10,400 77,376
05‑25 PES Pioneer Energy Services Corp. LOCKE STACY 25,000 68,500
05‑25 ACNB ACNB Corp. Lott James J 1,000 28,769
05‑25 OPK Opko Health, Inc. FROST PHILLIP MD ET AL 4,350 27,927
05‑25 OMED OncoMed Pharmaceuticals, Inc. LASERSOHN JACK W 34,614 116,639
05‑25 DKL Delek Logistics Partners LP Delek US Holdings, Inc. 1,000 30,768
05‑25 OPK Opko Health, Inc. FROST PHILLIP MD ET AL 4,600 29,394
05‑25 AREX Approach Resources, Inc. Wilks Brothers, LLC 200,000 533,340
05‑25 ETM Entercom Communications Corp. FIELD JOSEPH M 83,629 833,120
05‑25 FTR Frontier Communications Corp. Arndt Kenneth 13,000 17,875
05‑25 OPK Opko Health, Inc. FROST PHILLIP MD ET AL 11,933 75,894
05‑25 OPK Opko Health, Inc. FROST PHILLIP MD ET AL 4,067 25,846
05‑25 ZSAN Zosano Pharma Corporation Erbez Georgia 68,000 89,760
05‑25 ZSAN Zosano Pharma Corporation WALKER JOHN PETER 37,550 51,338
05‑25 BCTF Bancorp 34, Inc. Thiry Jan R 3,600 49,932
05‑25 LSXMA Liberty Media, Sirius XM Group Series A WESCHLER, R. TED 142,047 5,731,568
05‑25 LSXMK Liberty Media, Sirius XM Group Series C WESCHLER, R. TED 353,063 14,164,005
05‑25 LSXMK Liberty Media, Sirius XM Group Series C BERKSHIRE HATHAWAY INC 353,063 14,164,005
05‑25 PRGX PRGX Global, Inc. Drapkin Matthew A 12,074 75,239
05‑25 LSXMA Liberty Media, Sirius XM Group Series A BERKSHIRE HATHAWAY INC 142,047 5,731,568
05‑25 BTU Peabody Energy Corporation ELLIOTT INTERNATIONAL, L.P. 2,108 50,311
05‑24 GWR Genesee & Wyoming, Inc. NEUPAVER ALBERT J 1,560 101,041
05‑24 SBH Sally Beauty Holdings, Inc. Brickman Christian A. 9,800 172,578
05‑24 SEAS SeaWorld Entertainment, Inc. Hill Path Holdings LLC 231,778 4,245,733
05‑24 SEAS SeaWorld Entertainment, Inc. Hill Path Holdings LLC 18,222 333,792
05‑24 SEAS SeaWorld Entertainment, Inc. Hill Path Capital Partners LP 231,778 4,245,733
05‑24 SEAS SeaWorld Entertainment, Inc. Hill Path Capital Partners LP 18,222 333,792
05‑24 FHCO Female Health Co. (THE) FISCH HARRY 10,000 11,000
05‑24 BIVV Bioverativ Inc. Posner Brian S 1,300 70,068
05‑24 BIVV Bioverativ Inc. Posner Brian S 700 37,656
05‑24 SXCP SunCoke Energy Partners LP Sun Coal & Coke LLC 42,584 729,455
05‑24 WAAS AquaVenture Holdings Limited BROWN DOUGLAS R 10,000 170,540
05‑24 AAT American Assets Trust Inc RADY ERNEST S 27,727 1,100,207
05‑24 PBHC Pathfinder Bancorp, Inc. JOYCE GEORGE P 1,800 27,900
05‑24 SMRT Stein Mart, Inc. LEGLER MITCHELL W 25,000 38,608
05‑24 OPK Opko Health, Inc. FROST PHILLIP MD ET AL 4,900 31,311
05‑24 OPK Opko Health, Inc. FROST PHILLIP MD ET AL 7,800 49,998
05‑24 MCC Medley Capital Corp. Taube Brook 133,549 815,450
05‑24 MCC Medley Capital Corp. Taube Seth 133,549 815,450
05‑24 OPK Opko Health, Inc. FROST PHILLIP MD ET AL 2,000 12,760
05‑24 WTT Wireless Telecom Group, Inc. Kandell Michael 8,500 12,920
05‑24 STRS Stratus Properties, Inc. Oasis Management Co Ltd. 1,553 42,708
05‑24 OPK Opko Health, Inc. FROST PHILLIP MD ET AL 4,204 26,990
05‑24 OPK Opko Health, Inc. FROST PHILLIP MD ET AL 5,050 32,446
05‑24 OPK Opko Health, Inc. FROST PHILLIP MD ET AL 9,150 58,834
05‑24 OPK Opko Health, Inc. FROST PHILLIP MD ET AL 2,384 15,472
05‑24 COOL Majesco Entertainment Co. Stetson John 10,000 100,000
05‑24 CVO Cenveo, Inc. PURI NATHU R 5,885 30,384
05‑24 CPTP Capital Properties, Inc. CONTI P SCOTT 1,000 14,195
05‑24 CRI Carter's, Inc. PULVER DAVID 1,000 80,100
05‑24 ULBI Ultralife Corp. Saeli Thomas Louis 4,000 23,200
05‑24 HBIO Harvard Bioscience, Inc. LEWIS EARL R 5,000 11,850
05‑24 SBH Sally Beauty Holdings, Inc. RABIN EDWARD W 1,250 21,888
05‑24 DKL Delek Logistics Partners LP Delek US Holdings, Inc. 2,100 65,081
05‑24 GCBC Greene County Bancorp, Inc. Hogan Peter W. 971 23,061
05‑24 ETM Entercom Communications Corp. FIELD JOSEPH M 78,747 796,022
05‑24 PRGX PRGX Global, Inc. Drapkin Matthew A 22,941 143,028
05‑24 USAK USA Truck, Inc. Chambers Mary Susan 5,725 39,732
05‑24 LSXMA Liberty Media, Sirius XM Group Series A BERKSHIRE HATHAWAY INC 83,367 3,324,476
05‑24 LSXMK Liberty Media, Sirius XM Group Series C BERKSHIRE HATHAWAY INC 151,625 6,011,476
05‑24 LSXMK Liberty Media, Sirius XM Group Series C WESCHLER, R. TED 151,625 6,011,476
05‑24 LSXMA Liberty Media, Sirius XM Group Series A WESCHLER, R. TED 83,367 3,324,476
05‑24 ZSAN Zosano Pharma Corporation WALKER JOHN PETER 36,166 48,553
05‑24 SMRT Stein Mart, Inc. STEIN JAY 353,280 542,038
05‑24 MTDR Matador Resources Co. FORRESTER JULIA P. 1,255 30,070
05‑24 CDXC ChromaDex Corporation Pioneer Step Holdings Ltd 2,521,526 6,555,968
05‑24 CDXC ChromaDex Corporation Champion River Ventures Ltd 3,782,288 9,833,949
05‑24 BCTF Bancorp 34, Inc. Ralls Elaine E. 1,000 13,150
05‑24 JFC JPMorgan China Region Fund, Inc. Bulldog Investors, LLC 10,000 195,982
05‑24 MSBF MSB Financial Corp. SEIDMAN LAWRENCE B 14,996 254,182
05‑24 MSBF MSB Financial Corp. SEIDMAN LAWRENCE B 1,192 20,204
05‑24 MSBF MSB Financial Corp. SEIDMAN LAWRENCE B 8,570 145,262
05‑24 MSBF MSB Financial Corp. SEIDMAN LAWRENCE B 2,743 46,494
05‑24 MSBF MSB Financial Corp. SEIDMAN LAWRENCE B 1,251 21,204
05‑24 MSBF MSB Financial Corp. SEIDMAN LAWRENCE B 5,578 94,547
05‑24 SMTX SMTC Corp. SMITH EDWARD J 14,200 17,382
05‑24 SMTX SMTC Corp. BAILEY CLARKE H 28,725 34,220
05‑24 SELF Global Self Storage, Inc. TUXIS CORP 4,500 22,526
05‑24 EMAN eMagin Corp. STILLWATER HOLDINGS LLC 50,000 100,000
05‑24 CUBA Herzfeld Caribbean Basin Fund HERZFELD THOMAS J 3,000 20,970
05‑24 BBW Build-A-Bear Workshop, Inc. Point72 Asset Management, L.P. 10,000 107,000
05‑24 SRC Spirit Realty Capital, Inc. Messmann Boyd 10,000 71,900
05‑24 SRC Spirit Realty Capital, Inc. Hsieh Jackson 13,700 99,596
05‑24 HCC HCC Insurance Holdings, Inc. SCHUMACHER ALAN H 3,000 53,970
05‑24 CLR Continental Resources, Inc. Hamm Harold 36,452 1,532,974
05‑24 GNC GNC Holdings, Inc. Mantel Tim 15,000 108,208
05‑24 GDI DONNELLY WILLIAM P 42,642 996,544
05‑24 TUES Tuesday Morning Corp. Becker Steven R 40,100 74,185
05‑24 AREX Approach Resources, Inc. Wilks Brothers, LLC 100,000 290,360
05‑24 HII Huntington Ingalls Industries, Inc. Kastner Christopher D 4,183 792,260
05‑24 JUNO Juno Therapeutics, Inc. FLATLEY JAY T 10,000 251,517
05‑24 SRG Seritage Growth Properties BERKOWITZ BRUCE R 13,900 553,498
05‑24 SRG Seritage Growth Properties BERKOWITZ BRUCE R 2,000 79,640
05‑24 BIVV Bioverativ Inc. DENNER ALEXANDER J 340,000 18,414,400
05‑23 SBH Sally Beauty Holdings, Inc. RABIN EDWARD W 2,250 40,118
05‑23 HBIO Harvard Bioscience, Inc. LEWIS EARL R 5,000 11,950
05‑23 JOE St. Joe Co. (THE) Gonzalez Jorge Luis 1,400 24,472
05‑23 PENC PEN Inc. BERMAN RONALD J 131,731 50,058
05‑23 PENC PEN Inc. Rickert Scott E. 43,910 16,686
05‑23 PENC PEN Inc. Rickert Jeanne M 43,910 16,686
05‑23 IFF International Flavors & Fragrances, Inc Winder Investment Pte Ltd 21,990 2,988,661
05‑23 MSBF MSB Financial Corp. SEIDMAN LAWRENCE B 26,675 452,141
05‑23 FFIN First Financial Bankshares, Inc. Edwards Murray Hamilton 380 14,630
05‑23 LGL LGL Group, Inc. (The) GABELLI MARIO J 2,300 11,220
05‑23 SEAS SeaWorld Entertainment, Inc. Hill Path Capital Partners LP 18,222 336,976
05‑23 SEAS SeaWorld Entertainment, Inc. Hill Path Capital Partners LP 231,778 4,286,224
05‑23 SEAS SeaWorld Entertainment, Inc. Hill Path Holdings LLC 18,222 336,976
05‑23 SEAS SeaWorld Entertainment, Inc. Hill Path Holdings LLC 231,778 4,286,224
05‑23 CDOR Condor Hospitality Trust, Inc. LANDRY DONALD J 1,000 10,190
05‑23 NICK Nicholas Financial, Inc. MAGNOLIA CAPITAL FUND, LP 4,800 41,856
05‑23 RCII Rent-A-Center, Inc. Pepper Steven L. 45,000 491,787
05‑23 PRAA PRA Group, Inc. Olsen Geir 29,788 1,043,474
05‑23 JFC JPMorgan China Region Fund, Inc. Bulldog Investors, LLC 20,000 392,398
05‑23 PRAA PRA Group, Inc. Olsen Geir 112,212 3,862,337
05‑23 PHF Pacholder High Yield Fund, Inc. Bulldog Investors, LLC 5,400 42,984
05‑23 BBW Build-A-Bear Workshop, Inc. Point72 Asset Management, L.P. 19,204 204,444
05‑23 RTNB root9B Technologies, Inc. Quad Capital Management Advisors LLC 2,032 14,834
05‑23 LMRK Landmark Infrastructure Partners LP BRAZY ARTHUR P JR 7,000 111,160
05‑23 FH FORM Holdings Corp. Perlman Andrew D 10,000 17,703
05‑23 GSBD Goldman Sachs BDC, Inc. Kari Ross Jay 5,000 111,179
05‑23 GPX GP Strategies Corp. GREENBERG SCOTT N 1,666 38,668
05‑23 LTS Ladenburg Thalmann Financial Services, Inc. ZEITCHICK MARK 5,000 11,247
05‑23 PTCT PTC Therapeutics, Inc. Svoronos Dawn 25,000 337,230
05‑23 CAKE Cheesecake Factory Incorporated (THE) PITTAWAY DAVID BRUCE 400 23,288
05‑23 STRS Stratus Properties, Inc. Oasis Management Co Ltd. 2,116 58,190
05‑23 PLSE Pulse Biosciences, Inc. DUGGAN ROBERT W 2,000 56,148
05‑23 PLSE Pulse Biosciences, Inc. DUGGAN ROBERT W 28,600 790,161
05‑23 CNBKA Century Bancorp, Inc. Filler James J 212 12,648
05‑23 PLSE Pulse Biosciences, Inc. DUGGAN ROBERT W 18,600 496,397
05‑23 PZN Pzena Investment Management, Inc. JOHNSTON CHARLES D 10,000 84,300
05‑23 DAR Darling Ingredients Inc. LYNCH PATRICK C 18,337 300,543
05‑23 MCC Medley Capital Corp. Taube Seth 124,927 765,965
05‑23 MCC Medley Capital Corp. Taube Brook 124,927 765,965
05‑23 PHII PHI, Inc. MURPHY THOMAS H 1,000 10,500
05‑23 BANF BancFirst Corp. RAINBOLT H E 400 37,935
05‑23 WTT Wireless Telecom Group, Inc. Whelan Timothy 67,823 105,126
05‑23 DFBG Differential Brands Group Inc. Ross Robert 10,000 19,450
05‑23 GMZ Goldman Sachs MLP Income Opportunities Fund Jois Ganesh 4,825 50,478
05‑23 GMZ Goldman Sachs MLP Income Opportunities Fund Jois Ganesh 3,175 33,206
05‑23 GER Goldman Sachs MLP Energy Renaissance Fund Jois Ganesh 6,300 50,255
05‑23 GER Goldman Sachs MLP Energy Renaissance Fund Jois Ganesh 4,150 33,241
05‑23 SMRT Stein Mart, Inc. LEGLER MITCHELL W 20,000 30,488
05‑23 BTU Peabody Energy Corporation ELLIOTT ASSOCIATES, L.P. 8,436 196,974
05‑23 COTY Coty, Inc. McMullen Greerson Greene 14,350 271,430
05‑23 OMED OncoMed Pharmaceuticals, Inc. LASERSOHN JACK W 20,000 71,000
05‑23 SMRT Stein Mart, Inc. SISISKY RICHARD L 50,000 75,720
05‑23 LSXMA Liberty Media, Sirius XM Group Series A BERKSHIRE HATHAWAY INC 103,474 4,060,206
05‑23 AAT American Assets Trust Inc RADY ERNEST S 31,381 1,226,369
05‑23 BTU Peabody Energy Corporation ELLIOTT INTERNATIONAL, L.P. 17,925 418,534
05‑23 LSXMK Liberty Media, Sirius XM Group Series C BERKSHIRE HATHAWAY INC 162,545 6,327,422
05‑23 SXCP SunCoke Energy Partners LP Sun Coal & Coke LLC 63,300 1,076,917
05‑23 PRGX PRGX Global, Inc. Drapkin Matthew A 3,869 24,174
05‑23 LSXMK Liberty Media, Sirius XM Group Series C WESCHLER, R. TED 162,545 6,327,422
05‑23 SBH Sally Beauty Holdings, Inc. Brickman Christian A. 9,500 170,114
05‑23 APO Apollo Global Management LLC TIGER GLOBAL MANAGEMENT LLC 73,800 2,022,637
05‑23 LSXMA Liberty Media, Sirius XM Group Series A WESCHLER, R. TED 103,474 4,060,206
05‑23 BDGE Bridge Bancorp, Inc. NIELSEN RAYMOND A 4,195 144,760
05‑23 EVLV EVINE Live Inc. Grabell Neal 17,400 20,010
05‑23 LIVN LivaNova PLC O'Kane Sharon 1,000 58,581
05‑23 EVLV EVINE Live Inc. Siegel Fred R 20,000 23,000
05‑23 GST Gastar Exploration Inc. ARES MANAGEMENT LLC 514,227 631,934
05‑23 SMRT Stein Mart, Inc. STEIN JAY 546,720 808,271
05‑23 MSBF MSB Financial Corp. SEIDMAN LAWRENCE B 13,713 232,435
05‑23 EVLV EVINE Live Inc. Rosenblatt Robert 86,957 100,001
05‑23 EVLV EVINE Live Inc. Letizio Lisa 17,391 20,000
05‑23 ETM Entercom Communications Corp. FIELD JOSEPH M 56,697 576,813
05‑23 DKL Delek Logistics Partners LP Delek US Holdings, Inc. 3,488 107,487
05‑23 EVLV EVINE Live Inc. HOLDSWORTH MARK 86,957 100,001
05‑23 MWBC MW Bancorp Inc. NIESEN GREGORY P 2,000 40,780
05‑23 IMI Intermolecular, Inc. MILLER LLOYD I III 14,720 12,512
05‑23 MSBF MSB Financial Corp. SEIDMAN LAWRENCE B 23,425 397,054
05‑23 SANW S&W Seed Co. WYNNEFIELD PARTNERS SMALL CAP VALUE LP 29,013 117,503
05‑23 SANW S&W Seed Co. WYNNEFIELD PARTNERS SMALL CAP VALUE LP 78,469 317,799
05‑23 IMI Intermolecular, Inc. MILLER LLOYD I III 14,300 12,155
05‑23 MSBF MSB Financial Corp. SEIDMAN LAWRENCE B 26,713 452,785
05‑23 SANW S&W Seed Co. WYNNEFIELD PARTNERS SMALL CAP VALUE LP 49,518 200,548
05‑23 ORLY O'Reilly Automotive, Inc. LAURO JEFFREY ALAN 50 11,750
05‑23 SUMR Summer Infant, Inc. WYNNEFIELD PARTNERS SMALL CAP VALUE LP 291,485 510,099
05‑23 SUMR Summer Infant, Inc. WYNNEFIELD PARTNERS SMALL CAP VALUE LP 134,289 235,006
Source: Fintel.io
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