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Follow the Insiders: Insider buying/selling for 1/19/2011

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Follow the Insiders: Insider buying/selling for 1/19/2011

TheStreet.com has a list of stocks with significant insider buying and/or selling.  Included: $TIE, $LEX, $PNC, and $BBY saw insider purchasing while $GOOG, $MCK, $QCOM, $F, and $HPQ saw insiders unloading stock. (TheStreet.com)

List of insider buys from Bloggingstocks includes: $LGF, $MAYS, $PZG, and $GAM. (BloggingStocks)

$OPK continues to see insider buying, as does $UMH, $BPAX, and $FFBC (JS3G)

On a macro level, for the week ending January 14, 2011, no insider buying activity was recorded.  Whoa.  (zero hedge)

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