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10 Steps to Insider Information

Sunday, August 16, 2009

10 Steps to Insider Information

How to Find Insider Information

Have you ever wondered how to find insider trading information for a stock you are interested in buying or selling? Did you ever want to know if the CEO or Director of a company was dumping the stock or buying it up?

This information is all free to the public and required by law that the insiders file their transactions for the public to see. It’s really a very simple process and can be a real life saver if you are on the fence about whether to buy or sell a stock.

For Canadian stocks, simply go to SEDI – System for Electronic Disclosure by Insiders. This is a free website to use with no sign up or any garbage like that. The site is run by the Canadian Securities Association.

Steps to use SEDI:

1) Go to the site: – I have this bookmarked so I don’t forget.

2) Click English or French

3) On the top right hand side of the page click ‘Access public filings’

4) Near the top of the Left hand side of the page click ‘View Insider Information’

5) Click view summary report

6) Click Insider Transaction Detail at the bottom of the page

7) Enter the Company name to search

8) Set the date range for transactions you want to know

9) Select the type of investments you want to view

10) Click search – There’s the information you were after.

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