Insiders Bullish on Certain Holdings of DGRS

A look at the weighted underlying holdings of the WisdomTree U.S. SmallCap Dividend Growth Fund (DGRS) shows an impressive 10.8% of holdings on a weighted basis have experienced insider buying within the past six months.

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Bob Evans Farms, Inc. ( BOBE), which makes up 0.68% of the WisdomTree U.S. SmallCap Dividend Growth Fund (DGRS), has seen 3 directors and officers purchase shares in the past six months, according to the recent Form 4 data. The ETF holds a total of $174,438 worth of BOBE, making it the #43 largest holding. The table below details the recent insider buying activity observed at BOBE:

BOBE — last trade: $44.52 — Recent Insider Buys:

Purchased Insider Title Shares Price/Share Value
09/02/2014 Steven A. Davis CEO/COB 15,000 $43.12 $646,809.50
08/29/2014 Richard D. Hall EVP SUPPLY CHAIN MGMT 356 $43.73 $15,567.36
09/04/2014 Charles M. Elson Director 2,300 $43.50 $100,050.00
09/05/2014 Michael Feder Weinstein Director 2,000 $43.94 $87,888.00

And John Bean Technologies Corp ( JBT), the #129 largest holding among components of the WisdomTree U.S. SmallCap Dividend Growth Fund (DGRS), shows 2 directors and officers as recently filing Form 4's indicating purchases. The ETF holds $70,507 worth of JBT, which represents approximately 0.28% of the ETF's total assets at last check. The recent insider buying activity observed at JBT is detailed in the table below:

JBT — last trade: $29.56 — Recent Insider Buys:

Purchased Insider Title Shares Price/Share Value
03/12/2014 David C. Burdakin Vice President 4,000 $30.87 $123,480.00
06/05/2014 Brian A. Deck Executive VP, CFO & Treasurer 3,000 $28.71 $86,127.00

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