CA (CA) Insiders Make Significant Share Sales Extending the Trend of Last Quarter

Wednesday, September 13, 2017 10:15 PM ET

CA (CA) Insiders Make Significant Share Sales Extending the Trend of Last Quarter

Two insiders — Michael P Gregoire, Director and Officer, and Jacob Lamm, Officer — sold 87,584 shares of CA having a market value of approximately $2,924,688, today, as reported in form 4 documents filed with the SEC. In the past 90 days prior to this transaction there was one insider buy/sell transaction which resulted in the sale of 38,029 shares. Adding the most recent activity to this 90-day history indicates insider trades have seen net sales of 125,613 shares and have averaged 41,871 shares per transaction over this time period.

In relation to the peer group over the last 90 days, insider buy/sell trading at CA is above the 2-company peer group average. Server & Database Software peer group saw 4 buy/sell trades during this period for an average of 2.0 transactions per company. The number of shares per buy/sell trade for CA insiders was also higher. Within the peer group there were 0 shares purchased and 38,029 shares sold with company insiders having sold 9,507 shares on average.

The data used in composing and writing in this story eliminates all trading activity reported to the SEC that involves awards, options, exercise of derivative securities, company buy-backs, taxes, gifts, shares acquired via inheritance and tenders or exchange offers.

Today’s Insider Activity
* Michael P Gregoire, Director and Officer, sold 71,235 shares
* Jacob Lamm, Officer, sold 16,349 shares

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