Inside Moves

Last week, I talked about the predictive nature of insider cluster selling and gave some examples of stocks you might want to avoid because insiders are bailing in bunches. There have been numerous studies of insider buying and selling and its predicative nature over the years -- and I have seen the results play out in real life over the past two decades.

There is a lot more insider selling than buying going on right now, but I ran a screen looking for cluster insider buys this morning. In the 1960s, Jim Lorie and Victor Niederhoffer were among the first to examine this strategy and it remains valid today. When you see three or more insiders buying a company's shares in a short time span, those stocks tend to go higher....609 more words left in this article. To read them, just click below and try Real Money FREE for 14 days.

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