Johnson & Johnson (JNJ) VP Sells $5,143,661.46 in Stock


Johnson & Johnson (NYSE:JNJ) VP Dominic J. Caruso sold 41,146 shares of the stock in a transaction on Tuesday, July 26th. The stock was sold at an average price of $125.01, for a total transaction of $5,143,661.46. Following the sale, the vice president now owns 157,819 shares of the company’s stock, valued at approximately $19,728,953.19. The sale was disclosed in a filing with the SEC, which is available through the SEC website.

Other institutional investors have modified their holdings of the company. Wedbush Securities Inc. increased its position in shares of Johnson & Johnson by 5.6% in the fourth quarter. Wedbush Securities Inc. now owns 45,571 shares of the company’s stock worth $4,681,000 after buying an additional 2,405 shares in the last quarter. IFC Holdings Incorporated FL increased its position in Johnson & Johnson by 12.6% in the fourth quarter. IFC Holdings Incorporated FL now owns 24,098 shares of the company’s stock worth $2,466,000 after buying an additional 2,694 shares in the last quarter. Paragon Capital Management LLC increased its position in Johnson & Johnson by 1.7% in the fourth quarter. Paragon Capital Management LLC now owns 104,589 shares of the company’s stock worth $10,743,000 after buying an additional 1,743 shares in the last quarter. Confluence Investment Management LLC increased its position in Johnson & Johnson by 5.8% in the fourth quarter. Confluence Investment Management LLC now owns 737,593 shares of the company’s stock worth $75,766,000 after buying an additional 40,642 shares in the last quarter. Finally, JFS Wealth Advisors LLC increased its position in Johnson & Johnson by 1.0% in the fourth quarter. JFS Wealth Advisors LLC now owns 31,533 shares of the company’s stock worth $3,239,000 after buying an additional 297 shares in the last quarter.




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