Investors should always be on the lookout for insights that could give them an edge in the stock market, and one potential source of such information is insider buying activity. When company insiders, such as executives or board members, buy shares of a company’s stock, it can be seen as a vote of confidence in the company’s prospects. Publicly available insider buying information can provide valuable clues about which stocks may be worth considering for investment.
Here are three stocks recently purchased by C-level insiders –
Telos Corporation – SYM: TLS
Recent Price: $2.40
Insider Action: 4 insiders buy $1.9 mil in shares
Description: Telos Corporation, together with its subsidiaries, provides cyber, cloud, and enterprise security solutions worldwide. The company operates through two segments, Security Solutions and Secure Networks.
Granite Ridge Resources, Inc. – SYM: GRNT
Recent Price: $6.39
Insider Action: 7 insiders buy $217K in shares
Description: Granite Ridge Resources, Inc. is an infrastructure firm and operates as a non-operated oil and gas exploration and production company. The firm invests in a diversified portfolio of production and top-tier acreage across the Permian and four other prolific US basins in partnership with operators. Granite Ridge Resources, Inc. is headquartered in Dallas, Texas.
Rayonier Advanced Materials Inc. – SYM: RYAM
Recent Price: $4.15
Insider Action: 5 insiders buy $538K in shares
Description: Rayonier Advanced Materials Inc. manufactures and sells cellulose specialty products in the United States, China, Canada, Japan, Europe, Latin America, other Asian countries, and internationally. The company operates through High Purity Cellulose, Paperboard, and High-Yield Pulp segments. Its products include cellulose specialties, which are natural polymers that are used as raw materials to manufacture a range of consumer-oriented products, such as liquid crystal displays, impact-resistant plastics, thickeners for food products, pharmaceuticals, cosmetics, cigarette filters, high-tenacity rayon yarn for tires and industrial hoses, food casings, paints, and lacquers. The company also offers commodity products, such as commodity viscose pulp used in woven applications, including rayon textiles for clothing and other fabrics, as well as in non-woven applications comprising baby wipes, cosmetic and personal wipes, industrial wipes, and mattress ticking; and absorbent materials consisting of fluff fibers that are used as an absorbent medium in disposable baby diapers, feminine hygiene products, incontinence pads, convalescent bed pads, industrial towels and wipes, and non-woven fabrics. In addition, it provides paperboards for packaging, printing documents, brochures, promotional materials, paperback books and catalog covers, file folders, tags, and lottery tickets; and high-yield pulps to produce paperboard and packaging products, printing and writing papers, and various other paper products. The company was founded in 1926 and is headquartered in Jacksonville, Florida.