Insiders Know All... Here's How to Follow Their Lead
The stock market is far from settled. We’ve been going from great surging days for stocks only to have them ripped to shreds in other days. And for both the up and down days, there have been few to no genuine catalysts for either the buying or the selling.
But what if I could tell you that there is a way to know that genuine information before you place a single trade?
In a moment, I’ll present a prime example of a stock that proves that this genuine information has led to positive performance – all while the general stock market has been up and down.
Where to Get the Real Deal
All stocks come with quarterly reports, and there are countless analysts publishing all sorts of opinions about them.
Quarterly reports are helpful. They provide the snapshot of the income statement complete with what was sold, the cost of goods sold, the operating margin of the company and so forth.
And balance sheets are also helpful for building out a credit analysis to see if the company can cover debts, pay for suppliers and such as well as have the ability to borrow more to fund investment or expansion.
Then, when done by companies, forward guidance for the coming quarters gives an insight into what management wants to convey to current and prospective stock owners.
But all of this is choreographed by the companies with specific goals to promote their companies and their shares in the market.
The real deal information comes into sight when company management puts their own money into buying stock in their own companies.
Company management, called “insiders,” know all about their companies. They know more than what’s reported, including what’s coming in development or in sales. And they know where the skeletons are hidden in their credit.
So, when they put down their own cash to buy their own stock, that shows that they not only like what they actually know but that it will result in a higher stock price over time – be it over weeks, months or quarters.
This is where top analyst Ross Givens comes in. He tracks company insiders and their trades and then dives deep into these companies to present the genuine stocks to buy inside his Insider Edge research service.
This means that when you buy a stock that Ross has vetted with company insider information, you aren’t just hoping for an up day, week or month in the stock market – and you don’t have to worry about the subsequent down days that are coming just as they have over the past weeks.
One of Ross’s current genuine stocks is Barnes & Noble Education, Inc. (BNED). This is not the old Barnes & Noble big box bookstore in the mall. This is a company that specifically operates online and on-campus bookstores for colleges and universities around the nation.
Books and related materials need to be bought by students – be it online or in person. And this company has the lock on schools around the US.
Barnes & Noble Education Price -- Source: Dow Jones
The stock as you can see continues to trade higher as more and more folks are catching on to the actual business of the company. But again, no one knows more about the company than its management and board that has been buying shares with their own money.
Ross is tracking this, and he has a continued genuine information buy call on BNED stock now.
As always, I want to hear from you as an Insider here at Traders Agency.
This includes your thoughts on our work here and what we should be covering and how to improve our services to you.
I can be reached directly at [email protected].
All my best,
P.S. My colleague and expert trader Ross Givens has exposed a little-known SEC loophole that allows corporate insiders to buy and sell their own stocks 100% legally.
Obviously, these folks have privileged knowledge about their companies… And they use that knowledge to trade their own companies’ stocks with impeccable timing.
Now, you can too, but only if you act before this opportunity runs out!
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