Shares Owned By Insiders

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Definition

Shares owned by insiders refers to the total number of shares owned by a firms board of directors, executives, and senior officers.

For example, if Boeing's CEO was the only insider who owned shares and he owned 100 shares, Boeing's shares owned by insiders would be equal to 100.

An Insider is any person or entity of a company that either:

1. Any holder representing 5% or more of the total shares outstanding and/or

2. Any officer or board director of the company, including their related or affiliated individuals, families, entities and trusts.

This metric is updated monthly.

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