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Follow the Insiders: Insider buying/selling for 3 February, 2011

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Follow the Insiders: Insider buying/selling for 3 February, 2011

Today’s important activity

4 microcaps with CFO purchases in the last week (Seeking Alpha)

Insider buying vs. S&P500 (In Search of Alpha)

Insider selling and options trading may spell bad things for Protalix, $PLX (Seeking Alpha)

2 stocks seeing insider buying despite bearish crossovers (Seeking Alpha)

Who’s right: analysts ramp earnings estimates as management gets bearish (Zero Hedge)

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