Follow the insiders: Insider buying/selling for January 11, 2011


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Follow the insiders: Insider buying/selling for January 11, 2011

2 stocks with bullish insider buying (Street Authority): This article looks at aggressive insider buying in Lincoln Educational ($LINC) and Dollar General ($DG).

5 stocks insiders are buying in 2011 (Insider Monkey): This post focusing on insider buys at 5 firms: Winmark ($WINA), Trailer Bridge ($TRBR), Cogent Communications ($CCOI), Diamond Foods ($DMND), and EQT Corp ($EQT).

Which stock falls first (Motley Fool): In spite of insider selling, this article takes a balanced look at Wynn Resorts ($WYNN).

Insider buying/trading daily screen (J3SG): Today’s screen included lots of insider buying in Ladenburg Thalmann Financial Services, $LTS.

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