Monday, August 29th, 2016

Is it possible to measure insider trading on major stock markets?

? Cu? L is the average percentage of use of information? N privileged burs markets? Tiles as the Nasdaq and the Dow Jones? ? There have been attempts to measure the information? N prime, and if there are historical trends? Rich visible?

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2 Responses to “Is it possible to measure insider trading on major stock markets?”
  1. MADELINE F says:

    Insider trading is public information. All company officials and executives most report this information to the SEC. The following site contains several links where you can find this information:

    http://preciousmetalsinvesting.blogspot.com/

  2. dredude52 says:

    This information is available in Barron’s weekly newspaper, available each Monday or at your central library.

    At Yahoo Finance, enter a stock symbol, then along the left side, click on “Insider Transactions” near the bottom. Here is the page for Boeing (BA)
    http://finance.yahoo.com/q/it?s=BA

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