Before you dig into this report it is important to remember that “Insider Buying” is the purchase of shares in a corporation by a director, officer, or executive within the company. Insider buying is not the same as insider trading, which refers to corporate insiders making illegal stock purchases based on non-public information.
“Insider Buying” is not a crime when the buying is based on public information.
Additionally, since insiders have unique insights into their own companies, they often gobble up shares when they believe the stock is undervalued or dump stock when…well, it’s time to sell. That’s why people pay attention to insider buying.
Here is a list of companies that have had recent Insider Trading Activity:
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