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What is insider trading

The Security Exchange Commission website does a great job of defining Insider Trading. Allow me to quote:

“Insider trading” is a term that most investors have heard and usually associate with illegal conduct. But the term actually includes both legal and illegal conduct. The legal version is when corporate insiders—officers, directors, and employees—buy and sell stock in their own companies. When corporate insiders trade in their own securities, they must report their trades to the SEC. (


The United States Federal Government has mandated the Securities and Exchanges Commission (SEC) to maintain a registry of all stock and security transactions performed by individuals and organizations that have access to insider information on the stocks they buy and sell. Individuals who are required to register their transactions are only eligible to do so provided they follow strict regulations, which includes informing the regulatory body of each transaction. For more information consult the Securities and Exchanges Commission website here:
My ongoing success in stock picking accuracy is based on my analysis of these public records. I have carved out my corner of the market by anticipating future stock performance based on a series of indicators applied to SEC Insider Trading filings.

You can consult my archived transactions to see where I have cashed in on insiders who may have tipped their cards early. You can also subscribe to my transaction feed and let me give you a detailed report every time I make transaction based on Insider Trading reports published by the SEC.

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Opened positions Closed positions Winning trades Average profit %
(per trade)
2010 60 49 49 67 %
2011 56 72 67 42 %
2012 56 46 45 30 %
2013 40 45 42 30 %
2014 39 29 27 25 %
Average per year 53 53 51 (96 %) 42 %

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