Timothy Cook Insider Profile

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Timothy Cook

Timothy Cook
Apple (AAPL)
CEO, Director

Not Ranked
Timothy Cook has not reported sufficient informative transactions and therefore cannot be ranked.

Insider Holdings

$483M
99.09%
0.91%
A breakdown of Timothy Cook's holdings

Insider Roles

Apple
(AAPL)
CEO, Director
Nike
(NKE)
Director
Roles that Timothy Cook holds in companies

Most Profitable Insider Trade

Stock:
Nike
(NKE)
Rating:Informative Sell
Date:Dec 23, 2010 - Dec 23, 2011
Return:-14.20%
The most profitable trade made by Timothy Cook

Timothy Cook's Trading History

Company Name
Last Transaction Date
Insider Position
Last Transaction
Last Transaction Amount
Holding Value
Apple
Aug 26, 2021
CEO, Director
Uninformative Sell
$354.57M
$478.61M
Nike
Sep 13, 2022
Director
Uninformative Buy
$4.39M
List of latest transactions for each holding click on a transaction to see Timothy Cook's performance on stock

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      What stocks does Timothy Cook hold?
      Timothy Cook holds: AAPL, NKE stocks.
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          What was Timothy Cook's most profitable transaction?
          Timothy Cook’s most profitable transaction was an Informative Sell of NKE stock on December 23, 2010. The return on the trade was -14.20%.
            What is Timothy Cook's role in Apple?
            Timothy Cook's role in Apple is CEO, Director.
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