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12 Stocks Corporate Insiders are Abandoning

 
 
An insider transaction occurs when a company executive that has non-public information about a company buys or sells shares of their company’s stock. Insiders, such as CEOs, COOs, and CFOs, are required by law to regularly report their stock purchases and sales to the Securities and Exchange Commission.

Tracking a company’s insider transactions is a metric that can be used to identify the direction that its executives believe that its stock is heading. If several insiders sell shares of their company at once, they may believe that the company will have weak future earnings and that the share price will decline in the near future.

For example, if Microsoft's CEO, CFO, and COO all recently sold shares of Microsoft stock, that would be an indication that there could be unreported news that may negatively affect Microsoft's stock price.

This slideshow lists the 12 companies that have had the highest levels of insider buying within the last 180 days.

Click the "Continue to Slide #1" button to view the first company.
 

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