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Insider trading

Definition of Insider Trading (from Investopedia):

The buying or selling of a security by someone who has access to material, nonpublic information about the security.

Companies in any country

Use ThomsonONE.com

  • Search for the company you want.
  • Click on the Company Analysis > Ownership folder, and select Insider Holdings or Insider Transactions report.
  • Click “Click here for full history” for historic holdings (older than 24 months).

Use Capital IQ

  • Search for the company you want.
  • On the long menu down the left, choose Investors > Public Ownership, then the Insider Trading tab.
  • Only the last 12 months are available.

Use Bloomberg (available in the Finance Zone and Precinct Library)

  • Try Bloomberg function PHDC for a specific company (e.g. VOD LN <F8> PHDC <GO>) and select Insiders, sorted by size.
  • You can also look up the biographies of executies/directors (BIO) and then choose Reported Holdings.
  • For stocks that have experienced the most purchases and sales by insiders, type: INSD and hit Go. Use the fields at the top of the screen to select country, time period, type of transaction. Click on a stock to display a graph of its historical prices with date of insider transactions.
  • For more info, type: insider and hit the green Help key <F1>.

Companies in the U.S. only

Use WRDS

  • Choose Thomson Reuters database, and then Insiders Data. Search by company ticker. Check the variables you want in your report.

Others

  • Insider filings with the U.S. SEC are available through Edgar. Enter your company name or ticker symbol or CIK and Include Ownership forms.
  • Insider transactions are available by issuer and reporting owner. Take a look at the website SecForm4.Com
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