President and CEO of a subsidiary of StoneX Group Inc (NASDAQ:SNEX), Charles Lyon, recently sold 10,000 shares of the company, adding to a growing trend of insider selling. Lyon, a seasoned executive in the financial services industry, holds a significant role in the strategic direction and operational execution of the company.
StoneX Group Inc is a global financial services organization that offers a wide range of services such as execution, risk management, market intelligence, and post-trade services. These services assist clients in efficiently managing their financial operations and risk.
Over the past year, Lyon has sold a total of 10,000 shares in StoneX Group Inc, while not purchasing any shares. This pattern of insider selling is evident in the company’s insider transaction history, which reveals 17 insider sells and only 2 insider buys in the past year. Such a trend raises questions about the insiders’ perspective on the company’s future performance.
On the day of the recent sell, StoneX Group Inc shares were trading at $93.09, with a market cap of $1.965 billion. The price-earnings ratio of 8.39 for the stock is lower than both the industry median and the company’s historical median price-earnings ratio.
With a price-to-GF-Value ratio of 1.06, StoneX Group Inc appears to be fairly valued based on its GuruFocus value estimate. The GuruFocus Value is an intrinsic value measure that takes into account historical multiples, a GuruFocus adjustment factor, and future business performance estimates from Morningstar analysts.
In conclusion, Lyon’s recent insider sell, combined with the broader trend of insider selling, generates speculation about the company’s future performance. However, with a fair valuation based on its GuruFocus value estimate, StoneX Group Inc may have stability despite the insider activity.