Listen to veteran investment research analysts as they dive into insider data and demystify the signals that drive one-of-a-kind investment ideas.
Differentiated With Ben Silverman is a monthly podcast where veteran investment research analysts dive into insider data and demystify the signals that drive one-of-a-kind investment ideas.
Ben and guests look back at a handful of this year’s winning investment ideas and analyze intriguing ideas from the recent past. Plus, the two things that could be happening when insiders at a company suddenly stop selling stock.
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Ben and guests dive into popular insider datasets — corporate buybacks, insider buying & selling, stock-based compensation — and share recent examples where multiple factors came together for a differentiated view. Plus, the errors of sell-side short research.
Ben and Senior Analyst Max Magee discuss benefits and drawbacks for investors who want to take advantage of recent changes to Form 144s. With the changes, investors are getting more datapoints around insider intent to sell, but how should you include it in your mosaic?
Ben and Senior Analyst Ali Ragih, CFA, discuss how investors can take advantage of the new buyback data that will become available once the SEC’s new buyback disclosure requirements come into effect. Ben dives into a recent example where one company capitalized on its 10b5-1 plan, sending valuation signals to any investors who were paying attention.
Ben and Senior Analyst Ali Ragih, CFA, talk about equity gifts by corporate insiders, why they are important transactions, and how to incorporate them into your analysis when screening for investment ideas. Plus, how banking insiders leveraged purchases of their own stock in the wake of the SVB Financial meltdown.
Ben is joined by Analyst & 10b5-1 Expert C. Max Magee to discuss Rule 10b5-1 — what it is, how it provides institutional investors with unique insights, and which of the SEC’s many changes you should pay attention to. Finally, Ben shares recent examples of corporate insider activity to highlight how the SEC may or may not actually curtail certain behaviors.
Ben talks about a truly strange insider trend that happened; discusses how investors can include company stock buybacks in fundamental analysis (with guest Ali Ragih, CFA), and covers the curious case of Coupa Software — where a huge payday for the CEO may have offered insight into an upcoming M&A deal.