Insider overview: Williams Co. Inc.
BY THOMSON FINANCIAL REPORTS
Monday, September 24, 2012
9/24/12 at 2:53 AM
Alan Armstrong, CEO, on Sept. 13 sold 72,515 direct shares at $34.50 with a market value of $2,501,768. Williams stock historically rose an average 15 percent in the six months following Armstrong's 15 previous insider sell decisions, according to Thomson Financial.
Also on Sept. 13, Armstrong exercised options to purchase 10,015 shares at $2.11 per share with a market value of $21,132. The CEO holds 134,885 common shares in the Tulsa-based natural gas infrastructure company.
Southwest Bancorp. Inc.: J. Berry Harrison, director, on Sept. 13 sold 5,000 direct shares at $11 per share with market value of $55,000. Shares in the Stillwater-based financial firm historically fell an average 14.4 percent in the six months following Harrison's previous insider sell decisions.
AAON Inc.: David E. Knebel, officer, on Sept. 14 exercised options to purchase 11,250 shares at $7.21 with a market value of $81,113. On the same day Knebel also sold 11,250 direct shares at $20.45 with a market value of $230,063.
This quarter's AAON sell total of $1,619,153 is the company's highest level of quarterly insider selling in five years, according to Thomson. AAON is a Tulsa-based rooftop heating and air unit manufacturing company.
Sunoco Inc.: Robert W. Owens, officer, from Sept. 13-14 sold 24,971 direct and indirect shares at $47.43 to $47.50 with a market value of $1,184,936. Owens' predictive score is a relatively low 19, with Sunoco shares rising nearly 16 percent, on average, in the six months following his previous sell decisions, according to Thomson.