Prospect Capital Corp

-$0.02 (-0.4%)
Closing price March 1, 2024
Has Prospect Capital CEO John Barry been increasing or decreasing his share count over the past year? Does he know something we don’t?
Exxon Mobil, Campbell Soup, Prospect Capital, and General Mills all posted new 52-week lows Thursday.
The top analyst upgrades, downgrades and other research calls from Wednesday include Blackstone, Ciena, Merck, Tempur Sealy and Universal Display.
Maybe, just maybe, investors are starting to see the light at the end of the tunnel, and it’s not the selling train that has run shareholders over since the start of 2016.
Despite the market rally, insiders are still buying at big levels, while insider selling remains dormant. This is a very positive sign for equity investors and the market as a whole.
The top analyst upgrades, downgrades and initiations seen on Thursday, February 11, 2016, include Cisco, Dish Network, First Data, Level 3 Communications, Regions FInancial, SolarCity, Tesla, Twitter...
The ups and downs of 2015 didn’t keep executives and 10% institutional owners from buying shares, and this past week, which marked the end of 2015, was no exception.
One thing is for sure, the insiders and 10% owners did some late shopping and continued to buy stock this past week at a furious pace.
One interesting tidbit to this week's insider trading was all the energy stocks that are showing up. It is clear many insiders feel the bottom is close and now is the time to buy shares.
Whether insiders are diving for beaten-down shares or just adding to existing holdings, the solid buying we saw this week indicates that while the bull may be getting tired, there may still be some...
There is absolutely no need to go to an amusement park this summer if you are a stock investor. Just stick around and stay for a ride on the stock market roller coaster.
Most major companies seem to be raising their dividends year after year. That may be the case for most companies, but certainly not all.
The recent market volatility has allowed many insiders an opportunity to add stock at better price points, especially in the beaten-down energy sector.
While it is hardly unexpected, as the stock market continues to print new highs, the number of shares being bought by insiders continues to drop.
24/7 Wall St. wants to know if investors can still feel safe in the few 10% dividend yields that exist among mid-cap and large-cap stocks.