Telekom Deutsche, a director and 10% owner of T-Mobile US Inc (NASDAQ:TMUS), sold 584,730 shares of the company’s stock on February 6, 2024, according to a recent SEC filing. This transaction was part of a series of insider sales over the past year, with a total of 4,482,930 shares sold and no stock purchases.
T-Mobile US Inc is a provider of wireless communications services, including voice, messaging, and data, throughout the United States. Its products also extend to wireless devices such as smartphones, tablets, and other mobile communication devices.
T-Mobile US Inc’s insider trading history shows a pattern of insider selling activity. Over the past year, there have been no insider purchases and 34 insider sales.
On the day of the most recent insider sale, T-Mobile US Inc. stock was trading at $161.57, giving the company a market cap of $191,121 million. The company’s price-to-earnings ratio of 23.23 is higher than the industry median of 16.1, but lower than the company’s historical median price-to-earnings ratio.
The Price to GF Value ratio is 1.12 and the GF Value is $143.97, indicating that T-Mobile US Inc is considered to be moderately overvalued based on the GF Value.
GF Value is calculated by considering historical trading multiples, GuruFocus adjustment factors based on the company’s past earnings and growth, and future earnings estimates provided by Morningstar analysts.
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