Have any insiders sold shares of Computer Age Management Services Limited (NSE: CAMS) recently?


Investors may wish to note that an insider of Computer Age Management Services Limited, Vasanth Jeyapaul, recently raised 3.1 million yen from sales inventory, receiving an average price of 3,053 yen. It wasn’t a huge sale, but it reduced their stake by 12%. It does not inspire confidence.

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Computer Age Management Services Insider Transactions in the Past Year

In the past twelve months, the largest insider sale ever occurred when insider Ravi Nagaraj sold 7.2 million yen of shares at a price of 3,609 yen per share. While insider selling is negative, for us it is even more so if stocks are sold for a lower price. The good news is that this big sale was way above the current price of 3,055. So it might not shed much light on insider confidence at current levels.

Insiders of Computer Age Management Services have not purchased any shares in the past year. Below you can see a visual representation of insider trading (by businesses and individuals) over the past 12 months. If you want to know exactly who sold, for how much and when, just click on the graph below!

NSEI: CAMS Insider Trading Volume November 27, 2021

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Insider ownership

Another way to test the alignment between a company’s executives and other shareholders is to look at how many shares they own. Usually, the higher the insider ownership, the more likely it is that insiders will have an incentive to build the business for the long term. Insiders of Computer Age Management Services own about 5.1 billion yen of shares. This equates to 3.4% of the business. We’ve certainly seen higher levels of insider ownership elsewhere, but these holdings are enough to suggest an alignment between insiders and other shareholders.

What might insider trading at Computer Age Management Services tell us?

Insiders haven’t bought shares of Computer Age Management Services in the past three months, but there have been sales. And there haven’t been any purchases to comfort us in the past year. But since Computer Age Management Services is profitable and growing, we are not too worried about this. It’s good to see a high number of Insider Owners, but insider selling leaves us cautious. So, while it is useful to know what insiders are doing in terms of buying or selling, it is also useful to know the risks that a particular company faces. During our analysis, we found that Computer Age Management Services has 3 warning signs and it would be unwise to ignore them.

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Margie D. Carlisle