Morgan insider trading had just barely begun. Consider the recent aggressive insider buying by company founder, Richard Kinder . On February 24, Kinder bought nearly 200,000 shares of KMI, just four days after buying 100,000 shares. This
Kinder Morgan ( KMI ) ended with a small decline, giving back morning gains that followed CEO Richard Kinder disclosing his purchase of 100K shares of KMI's stock yesterday at an average price of $32.97 each. The $3.3M purchase
holder, it is always disappointing to see a company issue equity near the lows. On the last earnings call, CEO Richard Kinder also famously said, "you sell, I'll buy (transcript available here )." While Mr. Kinder is not selling
candidate for a major cut to its distributions in the wake of the recent implosion at Boardwalk Pipeline Partners, but Richard Kinder apparently wants to squash that kind of talk . The EPB CEO moved in to buy 100K units of EPB on Feb. 11 for ~$3M
I believe in the company. A lot of people have turned away from it. Pipelines are the way of the future. CEO Richard Kinder is a great executive." Zoetis ( ZTS ): "A good long-term play on healthcare is Zoetis. It is a good idea
Kinder Morgan ( KMI +1.6% ) CEO Richard Kinder purchased about 828K shares of company stock this week at prices from $33.04 to $33.86 each - nearly $28M worth. It's a large amount, but stands against his previous holdings of more than 230M shares. Do what Rich does!
For the top ten open market purchases reported to the SEC, on 8/9/13, the ninth largest purchase was made by Richard Kinder . He purchased 11,851 shares of KMR for $942,000. (rounded off). Apparently, he thinks a price around
largest insider purchases on the market came from Richard Kinder , CEO of Kinder Morgan, Inc (KMI). The head officer ..... million. According to the filed Form 4 found here, Richard Kinder now owns an impressive 230,259,786 shares of Class
the market is up ~18% while CLR is only up ~7%. Maybe the market is saying something? These stories remind me why I try to only invest in companies with solid corporate governance. Dont think Richard Kinder would play this way....
will need to be transported to power the US for the rest of my investing lifetime and beyond." Heyka enthused: " Richard Kinder is a genius." Jeffsox9 has been a satisfied holder of Philip Morris PM, writing, "The stock has been phenomenal