Cavey has had a successful track history in investing in his company. Every time Cavey adds more shares, the price of the stock increases. Since Cavey’s most recent buy, the share price has increased 4.44%. To see more of Cavey’s insider buys, look at his market overview.
Also on March 20, Director Donde Plowman added 4,926 shares at $4.07 per share. His transaction amounted to $20,048.
The first insider buy this month came on March 15. Director Sam Freitag bought 18,000 shares for $4 per share. Freitag spent $72,000 on this transaction.
Ballantyne Strong is a provider of digital cinema projection equipment and services as well as cinema screens, motion picture projectors and specialty lighting equipment and services. The company is based out of Omaha, Neb., but supplies major and independent theater chains, arenas, theme parks and architectural sites around the world.
According to the GuruFocus analysis of Ballantyne Strong, the per share revenue has been in a decline for the past year. Also the gross margin has been in a long-term decline. The average rate of decline per year is 4.6%. On the up side, Ballantyne Strong has no debt and achieves a perfect financial strength rating of 10/10.
|Market Cap: 59.4 M||P/E: 10.8||Shiller P/E: 14.34|
|P/B: 0.9||P/S: 0.353||EV/EBITDA: 2.10|
|52 Week Low: 3.09||52 Week High: 6.48||Average Volume: 87,183|
Three gurus hold a stake in Ballantyne Strong: John Rogers owns 976,598 shares, Jim Simons holds 152,800 shares and Chuck Royce owns 464,397 shares of the company.
With its shares up 3.93%, Ballantyne Strong trades at $4.23.
To view more insider trades within the company, look at Ballantyne Strong's Insider Trade History.