Strong Insider Buying Reported in XME Holdings

A look at the weighted underlying holdings of the SPDR S&P Metals and Mining ETF (XME) shows an impressive 33.9% of holdings on a weighted basis have experienced insider buying within the past six months.

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Cliffs Natural Resources, Inc. ( CLF), which makes up 3.80% of the SPDR S&P Metals and Mining ETF (XME), has seen 5 directors and officers purchase shares in the past six months, according to the recent Form 4 data. The ETF holds a total of $12,999,631 worth of CLF, making it the #16 largest holding. The table below details the recent insider buying activity observed at CLF:

CLF — last trade: $4.77 — Recent Insider Buys:

Purchased Insider Title Shares Price/Share Value
02/05/2015 Gabriel Stoliar Director 15,015 $6.69 $100,450
02/05/2015 Joseph A. Rutkowski Director 8,000 $6.35 $50,800
03/04/2015 Lourenco Goncalves Chairman, President & CEO 100,000 $6.50 $649,530
03/02/2015 Michael D. Siegal Director 7,200 $6.81 $49,012
05/21/2015 Douglas C. Taylor Director 7,200 $5.00 $36,000
05/21/2015 Lourenco Goncalves Chairman, President & CEO 91,852 $5.00 $459,150
05/26/2015 Michael D. Siegal Director 9,500 $5.20 $49,400
05/26/2015 Lourenco Goncalves Chairman, President & CEO 108,148 $5.08 $549,381

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