Insider Trades

Learning where the insiders are buying and selling is just as important as building a trading strategy. When the insiders are buying and selling shares of their own companies (or even parallel businesses), you can learn where the money is going.

Take a look at this live tracker from Benzinga that shows you where insider cash is moving, allowing you to make wise decisions for your own portfolio. Remember, this is not the same as copy trading. Insiders don’t intend for you to copy their trades, but you can glean quite a lot of information from their activity.

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Our partner InsideArbitrage provides a full suite of tools and analysis that allows you to find opportunities from the hundreds of insiders transactions filed by company insiders each week. The service includes the popular Insider Weekends articles that highlight the top 5 insider purchases and sales each week as well as detailed analysis of one company each week. The service also includes several custom screens such as the Double Dipper that includes a list of companies that are buying back their shares while their insiders are independently buying stock on the open market for their own portfolios.

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Frequently Asked Questions:

Is insider trading legal?

Insider trading is legal so long as the insiders report those trades to the SEC. Illegal securities trading occurs when the insider is violating a fiduciary duty or fails to report their trades.

What are some examples of market manipulation?

Insider trading, pump and dump schemes, front running and wash trades are all examples of market manipulation. Investors who track insider asset movement should think carefully about why these insiders are trading their stocks before moving forward.