[free webinar] Insider trading strategies: how to follow the smart money


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I’m hosting a webinar tomorrow on insider trading strategies — following the corporate insider smart money.

You’ll learn about:

  • recent Harvard research that shows a new insider trading strategy produces 10% of abnormal returns — per year
  • how to identify the smart insiders (versus other noisy trading)
  • the methods to create a portfolio that mimics some of the best
  • other ways to play insider trading (funds, ETFs)
  • the best online tools and resources to bubble up insider trading that really means something

Interested in attending?

>>>Sign up here<<<

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