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Paul C. Baker, insider at Kopin
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Paul C. Baker Insider Information

Insider of Kopin
Mr. Baker joined Kopin in 2014 and now serves as Chief Operating Officer for Kopin Government and Industrial and Strategic Business Officer. Prior to Kopin, Mr. Baker was on the founding leadership team of ZINK Imaging, a spinout from Polaroid Corporation. Prior to ZINK Imaging he held a variety of leadership positions at Polaroid including responsibility for the North America sales organization.

What is Paul C. Baker's net worth?

The estimated net worth of Paul C. Baker is at least $1.39 million as of December 24th, 2020. Mr. Baker owns 270,610 shares of Kopin stock worth more than $1,390,935 as of November 30th. This net worth approximation does not reflect any other assets that Mr. Baker may own. Learn More.

How do I contact Paul C. Baker?

The corporate mailing address for Mr. Baker and other Kopin executives is 125 NORTH DRIVE, WESTBOROUGH MA, 01581. Kopin can also be reached via phone at (508) 870-5959 and via email at [email protected]

Has Paul C. Baker been buying or selling shares of Kopin?

During the last quarter, Paul C. Baker has sold $139,839.00 of Kopin stock. Most recently, Paul Christopher Baker sold 19,977 shares of the business's stock in a transaction on Friday, November 5th. The shares were sold at an average price of $7.00, for a transaction totalling $139,839.00.

Are insiders buying or selling shares of Kopin?

In the last year, insiders at the sold shares 15 times. They sold a total of 1,133,096 shares worth more than $6,917,376.95. The most recent insider tranaction occured on November, 5th when insider Paul Christopher Baker sold 19,977 shares worth more than $139,839.00. Insiders at Kopin own 8.9 % of the company.

Information on this page was last updated on 11/5/2021.

Paul C. Baker Insider Trading History at Kopin

Transaction DateBuy/SellNumber of SharesAverage Share PriceTotal TransactionShares Held After TransactionDetails
11/5/2021Sell19,977$7.00$139,839.00View SEC Filing Icon  
8/9/2021Sell7,500$5.93$44,475.00View SEC Filing Icon  
3/8/2021Sell48,000$7.93$380,640.00
12/24/2020Sell65,353$2.73$178,413.69270,610View SEC Filing Icon  
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Paul C. Baker Buying and Selling Activity at Kopin

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Kopin Company Overview

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Kopin Corp. engages in the development, manufacture and sale of wearable technologies which include components and systems. Its portfolio includes AMLCD, LCOS displays, OLED displays, ASIC, backlights, and optical lenses. The firm uses semiconductor material technology to design, manufacture and market its component products for use in military, enterprise and consumer electronic applications, training and simulation equipment and 3D metrology equipment. The company was founded by John C.C. Fan on April 23, 1984 and is headquartered in Westborough, MA.
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Today's Range

Now: $5.14
Low: $5.02
High: $5.33

50 Day Range

MA: $5.41
Low: $4.51
High: $6.81

2 Week Range

Now: $5.14
Low: $1.63
High: $13.62

Volume

1,435,077 shs

Average Volume

3,295,963 shs

Market Capitalization

$473.86 million

P/E Ratio

N/A

Dividend Yield

N/A

Beta

2.12
Crisis Of Low Supply, High Demand Means Big Opportunity
Right now helium is one of world's best investments. It's Earth's most nonrenewable resource and it's fast running out. That's a crisis because helium is a critical in medical diagnostics, military weapons, and semiconductors, which are the chips that run all the 21st century's gadgets, appliances, and vehicles.
Get a free report that shows you how its supply