What does "Acquisition (Non Open Market) at $0 per share" indicate?

In yahoo finance, under slot insider activity, phrases are used like " Acquisition (Non Open Market) at $0 per share"
or "disposition (non approachable market) at 0 per share".
What do this really mean? they get the stock or go it without paying for it?

Answers:    "Acquisition (Non Open Market) at $0 per share" does indeed mean that they get the stock without paying for it. This is likely the result of an ESOP (emplyee stock route plan) or bonus.

Similarly, "disposition (non open market) at 0 per share" means they give the stock away. This usually happens when they give the stock to a trust fund or charity.

You can frequently find more details something like the transactions by looking up the SEC filings for the insider transactions.


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