Look at what Disney was doing during their insider trading. I went back through the SEC files for this last week, and it looks to me like last week was the week of the Insider Sale. I would be doing the same. I don't think I would have sold back in Nov. when the market was moving sideways, I think most of us would be selling while it was going up. WAG insiders just knew that they didn't want to look bad by selling after the stock pops after earnings and they knew the stock could handle a little dumping since it was showing strenth last week. It's the same old same old. Walgreens just sticks out because the insiders never sell their stock, well I have news for everyone, if most of my salary was based on stock options, I would be selling allot more often and not every 7 or 8 years like Walgreens Execs. have been doing. In fact I think Cramer invites shorting and insider selling, it just gives him more incentive to buy more himself.