Why insider trading matters?

When insiders buy shares on the open market, this can thus be regarded as a strong endorsement by those that know the company the best -- they are literally betting their own money on the company's future. Insider selling, however, is not necessarily meaningful in any way, as there is a range of reasons for insiders to liquidate (some) of the shares they own.

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BioAtla, Inc. (BCAB)


Trade Date Insider Title Buy/Sell #Shares Price Value Option
2021-11-24 WALDRON RICHARD A Chief Financial Officer Sell 13,333 $25.26 $336,838 No
2021-11-24 Smith Scott Andrew President Sell 1,580 $25.26 $39,916 No
2021-11-24 Sievers Eric Chief Medical Officer Sell 434 $25.26 $10,964 No
2021-11-24 SHORT JAY M PHD Chief Executive Officer Sell 57,640 $25.26 $1,456,182 No
2021-11-02 STEINMAN LAWRENCE Director Sell 450 $30.00 $13,500 No
2021-09-15 STEINMAN LAWRENCE Director Sell 450 $36.82 $16,569 No
2021-08-24 Levy Guy Director Sell 546,709 $39.65 $21,677,012 No
2021-06-17 Levy Guy Director Sell 400,000 $39.16 $15,664,000 No
2020-12-18 Levy Guy Director Buy 1,388,890 $18.00 $25,000,020 Yes
2020-12-18 Cormorant Asset Management, LP Former 10% Owner Buy 800,000 $18.00 $14,400,000 Yes

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MGM Resorts International (MGM) - If we were to pick one of the easy trade from the crash, it has to be MGM, checkout the impressive insider buying after crash. Do you really need more confidence to pull the trigger? That's the mental edge you need to work against fear.

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Camping World Holdings, Inc (CWH) - Another crash victim, Camping World Holdings, Inc took a deep dive from $16 to $4, several insiders bought around $6. With insiders on your side, this would be an easy add and hold to get your cost under $6. A 300% gain because stock is about to breach $25 in the coming weeks.