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Should Investors Follow These 3 Insider Trades?

Some insider trades carry more weight in the market because they are made by individuals or firms that have a successful track record of entering and exiting equity positions.


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Short Trading Week, Big Insider Trades

Last week there were several insider trades that those in the know can still benefit from. Let’s look at three of the biggest splashes. 


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3 Intriguing Early-September Insider Buys

Here are three significant transactions that have occurred at the hands of insiders since the calendar turned to September.


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What Should Investors Make of These 3 Officer Trades?

There are other reasons for insiders to sell that may have nothing to do with their anticipated direction of the price. One example is when a member of management decides to make a charitable donation with the sale proceeds or by transferring shares in-kind.


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Investors Should Note These 3 Recent Insider Trades

There have been some intriguing insider activity lately especially among Nasdaq stocks. For the three stocks discussed here, investors may want to swim with the tide rather than go against the powerful insider currents.


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3 Consumer Goods Stocks Insiders are Stocking Up On

Another thing for investors to watch is the level of insider activity in consumer goods stocks. That’s because corporate executives and board members are the first to know how well a company is performing under current economic conditions. T


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3 Tech Stocks Insiders are Buying

With major U.S. stock indices climbing to fresh record highs this summer, many technology stocks have come along for the ride. Then there are tech companies whose share prices have gone in the opposite direction.


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Insiders are Loading Up on These 3 Stocks

A great place to dig for clues is to learn what company insiders are doing. This group of in-the-know investors can provide valuable hints as to whether a stock is a good buy.


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These 3 Insiders Have Been Very Active

Let’s look at three examples where insiders have gone on a buying or selling spree over the last few months—and what investors should take away from the activity.


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3 Million Dollar-Plus Insider Buys to Note

While all purchases made by corporate insiders are worth noting, some pack a bigger punch——quite literally. High dollar amount buys show that an insider, whether a company executive or institutional investor, is willing to fork over a lot of money in anticipation of a big return.


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3 Stocks Key Insiders Sold Last Week

While all transactions made by corporate insiders are worth noting, some carry more weight than others. Trades placed by high-ranking executives, board chairpersons, and controlling shareholders, tend to peak investors' interest the most.


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Insiders and Analysts are Both Bullish on These 3 Stocks

By itself, a stock purchase placed by a corporate insider can be a telling indication of the company's growth prospects. It can show that an executive in the know feels the shares are undervalued by the market.


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3 Small-Cap Stocks Insiders are Selling

U.S. small cap stocks are off to a great year. A sharp economic recovery combined with bullish, "risk-on" market sentiment has been the perfect storm for small cap outperformance in 2021.


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3 Mid Cap Stocks Insiders are Selling

When corporate insiders sell a stock it's not necessarily a bad thing. Sometimes it relates to a personal need to cover taxes or another major expense. In these cases, the sales typically don't reflect a negative sentiment towards the company's growth prospects.


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3 Large Cap Stocks Insiders are Selling

With U.S. stock indices setting fresh record highs this year, it stands to reason that some stocks are overvalued or due for a correction. Figuring out which ones fall into these categories is the harder part.


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3 Stocks Insiders and Hedge Funds are Both Buying

Stock investors come from all walks of life. From the small retail investor to large institutional players like mutual funds and hedge funds, there is certainly a wide range of market participants.


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3 Stocks Insiders are Buying…and Analysts are Recommending

There are many variables that move individual stocks and the broader markets. From economic data releases and Fed policy statements to corporate earnings reports and social media influences, stock prices can fluctuate for a wide variety of reasons.


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3 Insider Buy Plays Worth the Risk

It's been another tough week for U.S. stocks. Despite reassurances that rising consumer prices are "transitory", the market continues to grapple with the notion that a spike in inflation could force the Federal Reserve's hand.


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Insiders are Buying These 3 Stocks - Should You?

For better or worse, stories related to insider trading activity have been prevalent in recent years. While there is of course, the unethical and illegal side of insider trading, there is also the benign and often very telling side.


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3 Tech Stocks Insiders are Buying

One avenue investors can use to discover undervalued stocks is insider buying. Knowing what those in the know are thinking about a company's potential can be a valuable tool.


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3 Low-Priced Stocks Insiders are Buying

Let's take a look at three stocks that have recently piqued the interest of company insiders. All are trading below $15—but may not be on the clearance rack for much longer.


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3 Small-Caps Insiders are Buying in Large Quantities

Trades placed by corporate insiders happen on a regular basis. But when multiple buy orders take place in a short period of time, it can be a potent sign that those in the know, well, know the company's future is bright.


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3 Mid-Caps with Bullish Insider Activity

While Wall Street analysts and market pundits often have an intimate knowledge of the companies they follow, no one has a better understanding of a company's products and markets than management itself.


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Why Insiders Are Trading Greenwich Lifesciences Stock

Investors in Greenwich Lifesciences (NASDAQ:GLSI) have been treated to a volatile ride in the last few weeks. Some of that is due to the company’s anticipated release of results in a key clinical trial


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3 Stocks with Bullish Insider Activity

While some investors dismiss insider activity as invaluable, others find it to be a useful tool when choosing companies that are undervalued or have good growth prospects. Here we provide a few examples of recent insider buying that could be clueing the market into some future outperformers.


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R. Foster Winans and Inside Trading

R. Foster Winans was a well-known journalist in the 1980s. He wrote the influential “Heard on the Street” column for the Wall Street Journal. As the story goes, Winans leaked inside information from his reporting to a stockbroker at Kidder Peabody. The broker, Peter Brant, in turn, placed trades on the behalf of Winans and both parties were enriched as a result of having the trades executed before an article was published and available for the general public.


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Albert H. Wiggin and Chase Bank

Albert H. Wiggin became the face of what would become known as insider trading. The reality is that prior to Wiggin’s actions, insider trading was largely ignored by the U.S. government. But that all changed with the 1933 Securities Act that is known by its nickname, the “Wiggin Act.” The Wiggin Provision of the 1933 Securities Act prevents company directors from short selling their own stocks and profiting from their company’s misfortune.


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Martha Stewart and ImClone Systems

Martha Stewart was charged with insider trading of ImClone Systems. Ultimately the charges of securities fraud were thrown out. However, Stewart was still found guilty on four counts of obstruction of justice and lying to investigators. Ms. Steward served five months at the Alderson Federal Prison Camp in West Virginia. After completing that sentence, she served five months of house arrest and two years of probation.


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Phil Mickleson and Dean Foods

Like other inside trading allegations, the case surrounding Mickleson goes to show how difficult it can be to prove an act of insider trading. Although Mickleson was not convicted of insider trading, the case serves as a cautionary tale. In this case, the question of insider trading centers around a tip Mickleson received about Dean Foods.


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Insider Ownership: How to Track Changes in Ownership from Insiders and Officers

Investors or traders who buy or sell stock can research who the insider owners of a company are and follow their trading behavior, piggybacking off their trades to make stock market decisions with a positive financial outcome.

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