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Martin Connor, Chief Financial Officer of Toll Brothers Inc (NYSE:TOL), sold 16,194 shares of the company’s stock on June 10, 2024. The transaction was detailed in a recent SEC filing. Following this transaction, the insider now owns 28,527 shares of the company’s stock.

Toll Brothers Inc, a leading luxury home developer, saw a significant number of insider sales over the past year, including 25 insider sales and no insider purchases. Insider Martin Connor sold a total of 63,744 shares over the past year without buying any shares.

On the day of the sale, Toll Brothers Inc.’s stock price was $118.74. The company’s market capitalization is approximately $11.90 billion. Toll Brothers Inc.’s price-to-earnings ratio is 7.92, which is below the industry median of 11.145 and the company’s historical median.

Toll Brothers Inc.’s GF Value is $79.90, which suggests that the stock is significantly overvalued at its current price of $118.74 with a Price to GF Value ratio of 1.49.

Insider sale: CFO Martin Connor sells 16,194 shares of Toll Brothers Inc (TOL)Insider sale: CFO Martin Connor sells 16,194 shares of Toll Brothers Inc (TOL)

Insider sale: CFO Martin Connor sells 16,194 shares of Toll Brothers Inc (TOL)

The GF value is calculated by taking into account historical trading multiples such as price-to-earnings ratio, price-to-sales ratio, price-to-book ratio and price-to-free cash flow, along with a GuruFocus adjustment factor based on past earnings and growth as well as Morningstar analysts’ views on future business performance.

Insider sale: CFO Martin Connor sells 16,194 shares of Toll Brothers Inc (TOL)Insider sale: CFO Martin Connor sells 16,194 shares of Toll Brothers Inc (TOL)

Insider sale: CFO Martin Connor sells 16,194 shares of Toll Brothers Inc (TOL)

Investors and shareholders of Toll Brothers Inc. should monitor insider transactions and valuation metrics to better understand market sentiment and the company’s financial health.

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