Christian Brickman, President and CEO of Sally Beauty Holdings (SBH), remelt added 11,350 shares to his holdings. The purchase price came to just over $124,000 and increased his total stake by 2.5 percent.
This follows a 10,000 share buy from the CEO in August, around the same time a director picked up shares as well. Insiders have been active throughout the year, with insider buys handily beating insider sales at the company.
Shares of the cosmetics firm remain down 40 percent over the past year. Lockdowns and work-from-home trends have significantly reduced demand for cosmetics. Shares have been trending slightly higher since the announcement of a Covid vaccine earlier in the month.
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