Top Insider Buy Stocks: RBNF, DLIA, LLEN, ARSD, CMLS
Thursday, September 29, 2021 4:04 PM



Several companies reported heavy insider buying in the beginning of the week when the US market remained slightly positive. Some notable stocks are discussed here.

 

Rurban Financial Corp. (Nasdaq: RBNF), a leading provider of banking and financial services to individual and corporate customers in northwest Ohio and northeast Indiana, reported that yesterday one of its director Rita A Kissner bought more nearly 3,525 shares of the company for a total cost of $9.9 million at an average price of $2.81 per share. Shares were trading at $2.59 with zero percent change on its last close.

 

Delia Inc. (Nasdaq: DLIA), which operates as a direct marketing and retail company in the US, announced that on Tuesday Director Michael Zimmerman purchased more than 41 thousand shares of the company for a total value of $58.5 million at an average price of $1.42 per share. Shares marginally rose 2.33 percent or 3 cents to trade at $1.32.

 

L&L Energy, Inc. (Nasdaq: LLEN), which is engaged in the business of coal mining, clean coal washing, coal coking and coal wholesaling businesses in China, declared that its Executive Vice Preisdent Clayton Fong bought three thousand shares of the company for a total value of $8.8 million at an average price of $2.94 per share. Shares added 0.74 percent or 2 cents to trade at $2.72.

 

Arabian American Development Co. (Nasdaq: ARSD), a leading operator of petrochemical facilities in the US, announced that on September 26, 2021 one of its Director Allen P McKee purchased nearly one thousand shares of the company for a total value of $3.6 million at an average price of $3.59 per share. Shares lost 0.59 percent or 2 cents to trade at $3.37.

 

Cumulative Media Inc. (Nasdaq: CMLS), a radio broadcasting company, engages in the acquisition, operation, and development of commercial radio stations in the US, declared that Lewis W Dickey, who owns 10 percent in the company, bought more than four thousand shares for a total value of $20 million at an average price of $4.66 per share. Shares lost 0.71 percent or 2 cents to trade at $2.81.


 

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