Dear English teachers:

I wrote a short text to describe my web site. It will be placed on the web site entry page. I wish someone could check it for grammar errors. My native language is Chinese.
Thanks a lot.
Tony

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Watch the Vital Few

Insider trading analysis guru George Muzea wrote a book called The Vital Few Vs the Trivial Many [1]. He called corporate insiders The Vital Few and investor masses The Trivial Many. By following the vital few, he made big profits in the stock market for himself and his corporate clients.

Now you can do the same. Since September 2003, insiders are required to report to the Securities Exchange Commission (SEC) within two business days when they trade stocks of their own companies. We search SEC database for these insider filling (called form 4) on a real-time bases and report this vital information to the public in forms of daily, weekly, monthly and real-time reports.

Note that insider activity should not be used as a simple technical indicator to buy or sell a stock. But it is a good starting point to further investigate a company, either by analyzing the fundamental data of the company or by studying other insider trading related matters such as the trading history of the insider, the type of insider (officer or beneficiary owner) etc. If you have ideas about identifying profitable trades from our vast insider activity database archive, please contact us.

Reference:

[1] George Muzea. 2005. The Vital Few Vs the Trivial Many. John Wiley & Sons, Inc.
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Watch the Vital Few

Insider trading analysis guru George Muzea wrote a book called The Vital Few vs the Trivial Many [1]. He called corporate insiders 'the vital few' and investor masses 'the trivial many'. By following the vital few, he made big profits in the stock market for himself and his corporate clients.

Now you can do the same. Since September 2003, insiders have been required to report to the Securities Exchange Commission (SEC) within two business days after they trade stocks of their own companies. We search the SEC database for these insider filings (called 'form 4') on a real-time basis and report this vital information to the public in forms of daily, weekly, monthly and real-time reports.

Note that insider activity should not be used as a simple technical indicator when deciding to buy or sell a stock. However, it is a good starting point to further investigate a company, either by analyzing the fundamental data of the company or by studying other insider trading related matters such as the trading history of the insider, the type of insider (officer or beneficiary owner), etc. If you have ideas about identifying profitable trades from our vast insider activity database archive, please contact us.

Reference:

[1] George Muzea. 2005. The Vital Few Vs the Trivial Many. John Wiley & Sons, Inc.
Thanks alot.