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Insider trading

Welcome to the page Insider trading. Make your own decision based on following the trading of a public company's stock or other securities (such as bonds or stock options) by individuals with access to nonpublic information about the company.

Here you can find tips for beating the market tend to come and go quickly. If executives, directors or others with inside knowledge of a public company are buying or selling shares, investors should consider doing the same thing. Indeed, much research shows that insider trading activity is a valuable barometer of broad shifts in market and sector sentiment. Nevertheless, before chasing each insider move, outsiders need to consider the factors that dictate the timing of trades and the factors that conceal the motivations.

Tips for Using Insider Data:

  1. Some insiders are better than others.
  2. A lot of trading is better than a little.
  3. People at small companies know more.
  4. Stay the course.

Bear in mind that insider tracking is not easy, and it is hardly a guarantee of big returns.