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I just saw this article from The Street. It is on Page 3, if it doesn't pop up with the link.

I decided to go to Morningstar and look around at total insider ownership and activity, and found it disappointing.



Name/Title Tot Shrs TTM Shrs Mkt Val
Hld Chg% Out.%
Michael Greenberg
President and Director 180,901 -19.05 0.36% 5,351,054

Jeffrey Greenberg
Senior Vice President,
Active Electronic Media
and Director 168,864 -1.72 0.33% 4,994,993

David Weinberg
Executive Vice President,
Chief Operating Officer,
Chief Financial Officer
and Director 111,092 1.87 0.22% 3,286,104

Richard Siskind
Independent Director 41,333 56.96 0.08% 1,222,630

Philip Paccione
Executive Vice President,
Business Affairs, General
Counsel and Corporate
Secretary 15,769 -52.9 0.03% 466,433

Morton D. Erlich
Independent Director 15,500 0 0.03% 458,490

Mark Nason
Executive Vice President,
Product Development 15,340 -61.99 0.03% 453,753

Richard Rappaport
Independent Director 10,000 -9.09 0.02% 295,800
Robert Greenberg

Chairman of the Board and
Chief Executive Officer 9,231 -37.71 0.02% 273,052

J. Geyer Kosinski
Independent Director 7,850 -19.07 0.02% 232,203

Thomas Walsh
Independent Director 1,250 -51.92 0% 36,975

* Based on SKX Last Close Price: $29.58, 09/26/2013 4:00:00 PM EST.



Total insider ownership is a paltry 1.14%, with a -6.26% TTM change. What is really disheartening is that both the Chrm and Pres tremendously reduced ownership. Other C-level changes stack up to "what the heck'? I checked on the SKX site and the Web and found no news articles on the Chrm, Pres and GC.

I understand needing funds for a wedding, home, college. But so many at once! I smell a rat.

Anyone with any further knowledge why C-levels are jumping? Is this the high for SKX?

Mark, still holding.
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