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Wall St. Watchdog reveals information on insider buys registered with the SEC for the week ending Sep 30th, 2011:

  1.  Jefferies Group Inc New (NYSE:JEF):  Ian Cumming bought 2,000,000 shares at a market price of $12.58 on Sep 22nd 2011, for a total cost of $25,160,000.  Steinberg, Joseph bought 2,000,000 shares at a market price of $12.58 on Sep 22nd 2011, for a total cost of $25,160,000. About the company: Jefferies Group, Inc. is an independent, full-service global securities and investment banking firm. The Company provides clients with capital markets and financial advisory services, including M&A and restructuring, as well as institutional brokerage in equity, equity-linked, high yield and other fixed income securities, along with fundamental research and asset management.
  2.  Aruba Networks Inc (NASDAQ:ARUN):  Douglas Leone bought 660,069 shares at market prices between $19.39 and $19.78 on Sep 22nd 2011, for a total cost of $12,831,825. About the company: Aruba Networks Inc. provides enterprise mobility solutions that enables secure access to data, voice and video applications across wireless and wireline enterprise networks.
  3.  American Eagle Outfitters Inc New (NYSE:AEO):  Jay Schottenstein bought 1,000,000 shares at market prices between $11.06 and $11.28 on Sep 21st 2011, for a total cost of $11,182,370. About the company: American Eagle Outfitters, Inc. retails men’s and women’s casual apparel, footwear, outerwear, and accessories. The Company’s products include jeans, khakis, T-shirts, and other similar apparel. American Eagle operates in the United States.
  4.  Valhi Inc (NYSE:VHI):  Harold Simmons bought 108,600 shares at market prices between $51.96 and $52.12 on Sep 27th 2011, for a total cost of $5,659,848. About the company: Valhi, Inc. is involved in the titanium dioxide pigments, component products, titanium metals products, and waste management industries. The Company produces titanium dioxide pigments, titanium metals products, ergonomic computer support systems, and precision ball bearing slides. Valhi also owns and operates a facility for the processing, treatment, and disposal of hazardous wastes.
  5.  Transcept Pharmaceuticals Inc (NASDAQ:TSPT):  Christopher Ehrlich bought 732,076 shares at market prices between $6.59 and $7.24 on Sep 20th 2011, for a total cost of $4,963,396. About the company: Transcept Pharmaceuticals, Inc. is a specialty pharmaceutical company which develops and commercializes proprietary products that address therapeutic needs in the fields of psychiatry and sleep medicine. The Company’s products include sublingual low dose formulation of zolpidem developed for the treatment of insomnia.
  6.  Equity One Inc (NYSE:EQY):  Chaim Katzman bought 231,400 shares at market prices between $15.68 and $16.00 on Sep 21st 2011, for a total cost of $3,669,369. About the company: Equity One, Inc. is a self-administered, self-managed real estate investment trust. The Trust principally acquires, renovates, develops, and manages community and neighborhood shopping centers anchored by national and regional supermarket chains. Equity One’s portfolio currently consists of properties primarily located in metropolitan areas of Florida and Texas.
  7.  Trans1 Inc (NASDAQ:TSON):  Michael Carusi bought 1,000,000 shares at a market price of $3.25 on Sep 21st 2011, for a total cost of $3,250,000. About the company: TranS1 Inc. designs, develops, and markets medical devices to treat degenerative disc disease affecting the lower lumbar region of the spine.
  8.  Equity One Inc (NYSE:EQY):  Chaim Katzman bought 193,600 shares at market prices between $15.28 and $15.78 on Sep 23rd 2011, for a total cost of $2,994,906. About the company: Equity One, Inc. is a self-administered, self-managed real estate investment trust. The Trust principally acquires, renovates, develops, and manages community and neighborhood shopping centers anchored by national and regional supermarket chains. Equity One’s portfolio currently consists of properties primarily located in metropolitan areas of Florida and Texas.
  9.  R R Donnelley & Sons Co (NASDAQ:RRD):  Thomas Johnson bought 206,200 shares at market prices between $13.99 and $14.68 on Sep 26th 2011, for a total cost of $2,987,298. About the company: R. R. Donnelley & Sons Company provides commercial printing and information services. The Company provides solutions that include commercial printing, direct mail, financial printing, print fulfillment, labels, forms, logistics, call centers, transactional print-and-mail, print management, online services, digital photography, color services, and content and database management.

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