I wrote a few paragraphs to define different insiders. Please give your advice. I particularly puzzled by the use of ‘the’. Sometimes I feel that they are optional.
Thanks.
Tony

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Value Insider

We define value insiders as those who buy their own company stocks constantly as long as the stock price stay or dip below a certain level. Example: [the] CEO of Williams Industries has made numerous stock purchases in the last 18 months each time the stock price dipped below $3.5.

Dive-in Insider

This type of insider shows little interest in their company stocks until the stock price is severely depressed or crashed on some bad news. Then they step in and start buying. There are numerous such examples.

Enthusiastic Insider

[The] Enthusiastic insider is similar to [the] value insider in that they buy their own company stocks constantly. However they do not wait for the stock price to come down and they constantly buy their stock that is in an up trend. Example: several insiders at Gateway Financial Holdings have been enthusiastically purchasing shares in the last 2 years. It seems that the higher the stock price, the more shares they would buy.

Casual Insider

They buy their stock occasionally and for no apparent reason.
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Value Insider

We define a value insider as one who buys his own company stocks continuously, as long as the stock price stays unchanged or dips below a certain level. Example: 'The CEO of Williams Industries has made numerous stock purchases in the last 18 months each time the stock price dipped below $3.5.'

Dive-in Insider

This type of insider shows little interest in his company stocks until the stock price is severely depressed or crashes following bad news. Then he steps in and starts buying. There are numerous such examples.

Enthusiastic Insider

The enthusiastic insider is similar to the value insider in that he buys his own company stocks continuously. However he does not wait for the stock price to come down but also buys stock that is in an up trend. Example: 'Several insiders at Gateway Financial Holdings have been enthusiastically purchasing shares over the last 2 years. It seems that the higher the stock price, the more shares they buy.'

Casual Insider

The casual insider buys his stock occasionally and for no apparent reason.
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Thanks!
Tony