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Seth Klarman

Seth Klarman

“It is often said on Wall St that there are many reasons why an insider might sell a stock (need for cash to pay taxes; expenses etc), but there is only one reason for buying.”

- Seth Klarman, Author of Margin of Safety

H. Nejat Seyhun

H. Nejat Seyhun

“When executives bought shares in their own companies, the stock tended to outperform the market by 8.9% over the next 12 months.”

- H. Nejat Seyhun, Author of Investment Intelligence From Insider Trading

Peter Lynch

Peter Lynch

“Insiders might sell their shares for any number of reasons, but they buy them for only one: they think the price will rise.”

- Peter Lynch, Renowned Investor, Author of One Up on Wall Street

What's Insider ?

What's Insider ?

The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) considers insiders to be company directors, officials or any individual with a stake of 10% or more in the company. Insiders are required to report their insider transactions within two business days of the date the transaction occurred (before the 2002 Sarbanes-Oxley Act it used to be the 10th day of the following month).

Keep an Eye on The Insiders

It isn't a coincidence that corporate executives seem to always buy and sell at the right times. After all, the CEOs and CFOs of the world have access to every bit of company information you could ever want. However, this doesn't mean individual investors are left in the dark. Insider trading data is out there for all who want to use it ...

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Insider Trading

What's Insider Trading?

There are two types of insider trading: legal and illegal. Illegal insider trading is the buying or selling of a security by insiders who possess material that is still not public. However, Insiders can legally buy and sell stock in their own company once the material information has been made public, at which time the insider has no direct advantage over other investors. The SEC, however, still requires all insiders to report all their transactions. And all the insider tradings listed here on this site are public and legal, you can check the trading infomation from the 'View Form' link.