TransDigm Group

NYSE: TDG
$479.28
-$22.75 (-4.5%)
Closing price September 23, 2020
With stocks at all-time highs, perhaps there may be some better safety in companies that are known and that offer "value" as well. It is this value segment that has come front and center.
In a new research report and sector initiation from SunTrust Robinson Humphrey, the firm is very positive and bullish on defense and the budget cycle.
With insiders buying shares at these lofty levels of the market, it’s a good bet they are very positive on their companies going forward. That's a bullish sign for stock investors as we wrap up...
Solid insider buying into the teeth of one of the biggest rallies in years is a very bullish sign. Insiders would not be willing to risk capital at this level if they were not very bullish on the...
With all the markets recently hitting all-time highs for the first time since 1999, logic would seem to dictate a slowdown in insider buying activity, but just the opposite has happened.
The top analyst upgrades, downgrades and initiations seen on Thursday morning include Alibaba, Amazon, Bed Beth & Beyond, Puma Biotechnology and SeaWorld.
While the insider buying wasn’t as prolific as what we saw when the market was getting pummeled in January and February, it remains consistent.
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.
Stocks got a big boost on news that Janet Yellen is talking down the Federal Reserve’s desire to hike interest rates no matter what. Investors in 2016 have used rallies a chance to sell, with a...
Stocks were indicated sharply higher again on Wednesday, even ahead of the Federal Reserve rate hike decision, wherein the Fed is expected to finally raise interest rates after almost a decade. The...
Commercial aerospace aftermarket stocks were underperformers in the first quarter of 2015, and analysts at Canaccord Genuity expect more of the same when these firms release second-quarter earnings.
Since 2011, Boeing and arch rival Airbus have averaged a total of about 425 firm orders at the Paris and Farnborough Air Shows.
Insiders looking to buy stock took advantage of the better volumes and returned to the market this past week.
With insiders committing capital at record levels in the indices, some interesting opportunities may be available.
Source: courtesy Boeing Co.The stock and bond markets are anticipatory. Witness the sharp rise in interest rates when the Federal Reserve has not even tapered its bond buying program, let alone...