Directors' dealings - also known as insider trades - describe the purchase of shares by members of the company's own management or related parties.

Due to their position at the company, these people have an enormous information advantage over outside investors and even more so private investors. Therefore, there is a transparency obligation that forces insiders to publish their own trades. Professional traders use this information for stock trading. With Insidertrades.info we want to make this valuable information easily consumable for private investors as well.

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