Insiders Who Bought/Sold Shares

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Definition

Insiders who bought shares refers to the number of insiders who bought shares of the selected stock in the month designated.

For example, if the CEO was the only insider who bought shares of the company in December, the December 31st data point would be equal to 1.

Insiders who sold shares would be the opposite.

For example, if the CEO and another officer with 10% ownership both sold shares of the company in December, the December 31st data point would be equal to 2.

These metrics are updated monthly.

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