See who's buying and selling shares in their own company
Market Index publishes the share transactions made by company directors of every ASX listed company.
- Daily monitoring of over 2,000 companies
- Every “Inside Trade” is disclosed
Why follow "Insider Activity"?
Monitoring directors' holdings is based on the theory that no one buys shares in a company expecting the share price to fall.
Directors' have a better understanding of their business and its future growth prospects. They also have a vested interest in its success.
By uncovering who’s buying and selling shares in their own company, Australian investors can extend their scope of research beyond fundamental and technical analysis.
About our data
- Updated daily
- Historical data from 2013
- Ordinary shares & options
- Issues, transfers & expiries
- Direct & indirectly held investments
Read the Editor's Notes for background information on the data and its limitations.
Where is the data from?
Company directors' must notify the market of all share transactions they make in their own company.
The ASX requires them to lodge an “Appendix 3Y - Change of Director's Interest Notice” within 5 business days.
Market Index manually documents every Appendix 3Y each day.