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Profit from Legal Insider Trading: Invest Today on Tomorrow's News

by Jonathan Moreland

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0793127238, Paperback)

When directors and executives buy and sell shares of their own companies, they are considered to have insider trading knowledge. While this kind of insider trading is done legally every day, with the knowledge and sanction of the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), it must be publicly reported. Large institutional investors for years have tracked this information reported on the SEC's Form 4, Form 144 and Schedule 13D. The Internet has now made this insider trading documentation available to any investor online via the SEC's EDGAR system and other affordable commercial websites.

Properly analyzed, the information available from insider trades can be used by savvy investors to make intelligent investment decisions. But the huge volume of raw data can be daunting to even the most sophisticated investors. Author Jonathan Moreland is one of a handful of experts on insider trading willing to share his know-how with individual investors. In Profit from Legal Insider Trading, he defines what insider information is, where to find it, and how to analyze it to make profitable investing decisions.

Moreland describes: * the locations of the best and least expensive sources of insider data * how to analyze the insider purchases and sales--including what it means when companies buy back their own stock * strategies for screening insider data to use with specific investment approaches--such as value, momentum, and yield investing or short selling * the differences between legal and illegal insider trading * the status of insider trading regulations in the world's major capital markets

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