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heyladybigmama 23 posts  |  Last Activity: Mar 5, 2001 7:26 PM Member since: Mar 5, 2001
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  • heyladybigmama by heyladybigmama Mar 5, 2001 7:26 PM Flag

    Why did they sell...
    You know, who knows more than anybody about the prospects and financial well-being of a company?

    IMHO, it�s got to be the insiders, those supposedly in-the-know with often large positions.

    So, wouldn�t it make sense to see what�s happening with the INSIDERS of the stock you own-- especially in this volatile market?

    I mean think about it, what if a founder or CEO files to sell a HUGE BLOCK of shares?

    1., does that mean that they�re afraid of something? 2., what will a liquidation of such a block do to the share price and YOUR position? 3., what�s it mean if they�re buying THEIR OWN stock back?

    This site has linked access to both INSIDER ACTIVITY and BUY BACKS.

    Every investor should check this regularly:

    www.traderedge.com

    ...for the latest free data on PXT

  • heyladybigmama by heyladybigmama Mar 5, 2001 7:26 PM Flag

    Why did they sell...
    You know, who knows more than anybody about the prospects and financial well-being of a company?

    IMHO, it�s got to be the insiders, those supposedly in-the-know with often large positions.

    So, wouldn�t it make sense to see what�s happening with the INSIDERS of the stock you own-- especially in this volatile market?

    I mean think about it, what if a founder or CEO files to sell a HUGE BLOCK of shares?

    1., does that mean that they�re afraid of something? 2., what will a liquidation of such a block do to the share price and YOUR position? 3., what�s it mean if they�re buying THEIR OWN stock back?

    This site has linked access to both INSIDER ACTIVITY and BUY BACKS.

    Every investor should check this regularly:

    www.traderedge.com

    ...for the latest free data on PNG

  • heyladybigmama by heyladybigmama Mar 5, 2001 7:25 PM Flag

    Why did they sell...
    You know, who knows more than anybody about the prospects and financial well-being of a company?

    IMHO, it�s got to be the insiders, those supposedly in-the-know with often large positions.

    So, wouldn�t it make sense to see what�s happening with the INSIDERS of the stock you own-- especially in this volatile market?

    I mean think about it, what if a founder or CEO files to sell a HUGE BLOCK of shares?

    1., does that mean that they�re afraid of something? 2., what will a liquidation of such a block do to the share price and YOUR position? 3., what�s it mean if they�re buying THEIR OWN stock back?

    This site has linked access to both INSIDER ACTIVITY and BUY BACKS.

    Every investor should check this regularly:

    www.traderedge.com

    ...for the latest free data on RLI

  • heyladybigmama by heyladybigmama Mar 5, 2001 7:25 PM Flag

    Why did they sell...
    You know, who knows more than anybody about the prospects and financial well-being of a company?

    IMHO, it�s got to be the insiders, those supposedly in-the-know with often large positions.

    So, wouldn�t it make sense to see what�s happening with the INSIDERS of the stock you own-- especially in this volatile market?

    I mean think about it, what if a founder or CEO files to sell a HUGE BLOCK of shares?

    1., does that mean that they�re afraid of something? 2., what will a liquidation of such a block do to the share price and YOUR position? 3., what�s it mean if they�re buying THEIR OWN stock back?

    This site has linked access to both INSIDER ACTIVITY and BUY BACKS.

    Every investor should check this regularly:

    www.traderedge.com

    ...for the latest free data on RNR

  • heyladybigmama by heyladybigmama Mar 5, 2001 7:24 PM Flag

    Why did they sell...
    You know, who knows more than anybody about the prospects and financial well-being of a company?

    IMHO, it�s got to be the insiders, those supposedly in-the-know with often large positions.

    So, wouldn�t it make sense to see what�s happening with the INSIDERS of the stock you own-- especially in this volatile market?

    I mean think about it, what if a founder or CEO files to sell a HUGE BLOCK of shares?

    1., does that mean that they�re afraid of something? 2., what will a liquidation of such a block do to the share price and YOUR position? 3., what�s it mean if they�re buying THEIR OWN stock back?

    This site has linked access to both INSIDER ACTIVITY and BUY BACKS.

    Every investor should check this regularly:

    www.traderedge.com

    ...for the latest free data on SCO

  • heyladybigmama by heyladybigmama Mar 5, 2001 7:24 PM Flag

    Why did they sell...
    You know, who knows more than anybody about the prospects and financial well-being of a company?

    IMHO, it�s got to be the insiders, those supposedly in-the-know with often large positions.

    So, wouldn�t it make sense to see what�s happening with the INSIDERS of the stock you own-- especially in this volatile market?

    I mean think about it, what if a founder or CEO files to sell a HUGE BLOCK of shares?

    1., does that mean that they�re afraid of something? 2., what will a liquidation of such a block do to the share price and YOUR position? 3., what�s it mean if they�re buying THEIR OWN stock back?

    This site has linked access to both INSIDER ACTIVITY and BUY BACKS.

    Every investor should check this regularly:

    www.traderedge.com

    ...for the latest free data on SIGI

  • heyladybigmama by heyladybigmama Mar 5, 2001 7:10 PM Flag

    Why did they sell...
    You know, who knows more than anybody about the prospects and financial well-being of a company?

    IMHO, it�s got to be the insiders, those supposedly in-the-know with often large positions.

    So, wouldn�t it make sense to see what�s happening with the INSIDERS of the stock you own-- especially in this volatile market?

    I mean think about it, what if a founder or CEO files to sell a HUGE BLOCK of shares?

    1., does that mean that they�re afraid of something? 2., what will a liquidation of such a block do to the share price and YOUR position? 3., what�s it mean if they�re buying THEIR OWN stock back?

    This site has linked access to both INSIDER ACTIVITY and BUY BACKS.

    Every investor should check this regularly:

    www.traderedge.com

    ...for the latest free data on ORI

  • heyladybigmama by heyladybigmama Mar 5, 2001 7:09 PM Flag

    Why did they sell...
    You know, who knows more than anybody about the prospects and financial well-being of a company?

    IMHO, it�s got to be the insiders, those supposedly in-the-know with often large positions.

    So, wouldn�t it make sense to see what�s happening with the INSIDERS of the stock you own-- especially in this volatile market?

    I mean think about it, what if a founder or CEO files to sell a HUGE BLOCK of shares?

    1., does that mean that they�re afraid of something? 2., what will a liquidation of such a block do to the share price and YOUR position? 3., what�s it mean if they�re buying THEIR OWN stock back?

    This site has linked access to both INSIDER ACTIVITY and BUY BACKS.

    Every investor should check this regularly:

    www.traderedge.com

    ...for the latest free data on MTG

  • heyladybigmama by heyladybigmama Mar 5, 2001 7:08 PM Flag

    Why did they sell...
    You know, who knows more than anybody about the prospects and financial well-being of a company?

    IMHO, it�s got to be the insiders, those supposedly in-the-know with often large positions.

    So, wouldn�t it make sense to see what�s happening with the INSIDERS of the stock you own-- especially in this volatile market?

    I mean think about it, what if a founder or CEO files to sell a HUGE BLOCK of shares?

    1., does that mean that they�re afraid of something? 2., what will a liquidation of such a block do to the share price and YOUR position? 3., what�s it mean if they�re buying THEIR OWN stock back?

    This site has linked access to both INSIDER ACTIVITY and BUY BACKS.

    Every investor should check this regularly:

    www.traderedge.com

    ...for the latest free data on PGR

  • heyladybigmama by heyladybigmama Mar 5, 2001 7:08 PM Flag

    Why did they sell...
    You know, who knows more than anybody about the prospects and financial well-being of a company?

    IMHO, it�s got to be the insiders, those supposedly in-the-know with often large positions.

    So, wouldn�t it make sense to see what�s happening with the INSIDERS of the stock you own-- especially in this volatile market?

    I mean think about it, what if a founder or CEO files to sell a HUGE BLOCK of shares?

    1., does that mean that they�re afraid of something? 2., what will a liquidation of such a block do to the share price and YOUR position? 3., what�s it mean if they�re buying THEIR OWN stock back?

    This site has linked access to both INSIDER ACTIVITY and BUY BACKS.

    Every investor should check this regularly:

    www.traderedge.com

    ...for the latest free data on pico

  • heyladybigmama by heyladybigmama Mar 5, 2001 6:17 PM Flag

    Why did they sell...
    You know, who knows more than anybody about the prospects and financial well-being of a company?

    IMHO, it�s got to be the insiders, those supposedly in-the-know with often large positions.

    So, wouldn�t it make sense to see what�s happening with the INSIDERS of the stock you own-- especially in this volatile market?

    I mean think about it, what if a founder or CEO files to sell a HUGE BLOCK of shares?

    1., does that mean that they�re afraid of something? 2., what will a liquidation of such a block do to the share price and YOUR position? 3., what�s it mean if they�re buying THEIR OWN stock back?

    This site has linked access to both INSIDER ACTIVITY and BUY BACKS.

    Every investor should check this regularly:

    www.traderedge.com

    ...for the latest free data on MCY

  • heyladybigmama by heyladybigmama Mar 5, 2001 6:16 PM Flag

    Why did they sell...
    You know, who knows more than anybody about the prospects and financial well-being of a company?

    IMHO, it�s got to be the insiders, those supposedly in-the-know with often large positions.

    So, wouldn�t it make sense to see what�s happening with the INSIDERS of the stock you own-- especially in this volatile market?

    I mean think about it, what if a founder or CEO files to sell a HUGE BLOCK of shares?

    1., does that mean that they�re afraid of something? 2., what will a liquidation of such a block do to the share price and YOUR position? 3., what�s it mean if they�re buying THEIR OWN stock back?

    This site has linked access to both INSIDER ACTIVITY and BUY BACKS.

    Every investor should check this regularly:

    www.traderedge.com

    ...for the latest free data on MEMH

  • heyladybigmama by heyladybigmama Mar 5, 2001 6:15 PM Flag

    Why did they sell...
    You know, who knows more than anybody about the prospects and financial well-being of a company?

    IMHO, it�s got to be the insiders, those supposedly in-the-know with often large positions.

    So, wouldn�t it make sense to see what�s happening with the INSIDERS of the stock you own-- especially in this volatile market?

    I mean think about it, what if a founder or CEO files to sell a HUGE BLOCK of shares?

    1., does that mean that they�re afraid of something? 2., what will a liquidation of such a block do to the share price and YOUR position? 3., what�s it mean if they�re buying THEIR OWN stock back?

    This site has linked access to both INSIDER ACTIVITY and BUY BACKS.

    Every investor should check this regularly:

    www.traderedge.com

    ...for the latest free data on MIG

  • heyladybigmama by heyladybigmama Mar 5, 2001 6:15 PM Flag

    Why did they sell...
    You know, who knows more than anybody about the prospects and financial well-being of a company?

    IMHO, it�s got to be the insiders, those supposedly in-the-know with often large positions.

    So, wouldn�t it make sense to see what�s happening with the INSIDERS of the stock you own-- especially in this volatile market?

    I mean think about it, what if a founder or CEO files to sell a HUGE BLOCK of shares?

    1., does that mean that they�re afraid of something? 2., what will a liquidation of such a block do to the share price and YOUR position? 3., what�s it mean if they�re buying THEIR OWN stock back?

    This site has linked access to both INSIDER ACTIVITY and BUY BACKS.

    Every investor should check this regularly:

    www.traderedge.com

    ...for the latest free data on MKL

  • heyladybigmama by heyladybigmama Mar 5, 2001 5:58 PM Flag

    Why did they sell...
    You know, who knows more than anybody about the prospects and financial well-being of a company?

    IMHO, it�s got to be the insiders, those supposedly in-the-know with often large positions.

    So, wouldn�t it make sense to see what�s happening with the INSIDERS of the stock you own-- especially in this volatile market?

    I mean think about it, what if a founder or CEO files to sell a HUGE BLOCK of shares?

    1., does that mean that they�re afraid of something? 2., what will a liquidation of such a block do to the share price and YOUR position? 3., what�s it mean if they�re buying THEIR OWN stock back?

    This site has linked access to both INSIDER ACTIVITY and BUY BACKS.

    Every investor should check this regularly:

    www.traderedge.com

    ...for the latest free data on ITIC

  • heyladybigmama by heyladybigmama Mar 5, 2001 5:57 PM Flag

    Why did they sell...
    You know, who knows more than anybody about the prospects and financial well-being of a company?

    IMHO, it�s got to be the insiders, those supposedly in-the-know with often large positions.

    So, wouldn�t it make sense to see what�s happening with the INSIDERS of the stock you own-- especially in this volatile market?

    I mean think about it, what if a founder or CEO files to sell a HUGE BLOCK of shares?

    1., does that mean that they�re afraid of something? 2., what will a liquidation of such a block do to the share price and YOUR position? 3., what�s it mean if they�re buying THEIR OWN stock back?

    This site has linked access to both INSIDER ACTIVITY and BUY BACKS.

    Every investor should check this regularly:

    www.traderedge.com

    ...for the latest free data on LUK

  • heyladybigmama by heyladybigmama Mar 5, 2001 5:57 PM Flag

    Why did they sell...
    You know, who knows more than anybody about the prospects and financial well-being of a company?

    IMHO, it�s got to be the insiders, those supposedly in-the-know with often large positions.

    So, wouldn�t it make sense to see what�s happening with the INSIDERS of the stock you own-- especially in this volatile market?

    I mean think about it, what if a founder or CEO files to sell a HUGE BLOCK of shares?

    1., does that mean that they�re afraid of something? 2., what will a liquidation of such a block do to the share price and YOUR position? 3., what�s it mean if they�re buying THEIR OWN stock back?

    This site has linked access to both INSIDER ACTIVITY and BUY BACKS.

    Every investor should check this regularly:

    www.traderedge.com

    ...for the latest free data on HMN

  • heyladybigmama by heyladybigmama Mar 5, 2001 5:56 PM Flag

    Why did they sell...
    You know, who knows more than anybody about the prospects and financial well-being of a company?

    IMHO, it�s got to be the insiders, those supposedly in-the-know with often large positions.

    So, wouldn�t it make sense to see what�s happening with the INSIDERS of the stock you own-- especially in this volatile market?

    I mean think about it, what if a founder or CEO files to sell a HUGE BLOCK of shares?

    1., does that mean that they�re afraid of something? 2., what will a liquidation of such a block do to the share price and YOUR position? 3., what�s it mean if they�re buying THEIR OWN stock back?

    This site has linked access to both INSIDER ACTIVITY and BUY BACKS.

    Every investor should check this regularly:

    www.traderedge.com

    ...for the latest free data on MAI

  • heyladybigmama by heyladybigmama Mar 5, 2001 5:56 PM Flag

    Why did they sell...
    You know, who knows more than anybody about the prospects and financial well-being of a company?

    IMHO, it�s got to be the insiders, those supposedly in-the-know with often large positions.

    So, wouldn�t it make sense to see what�s happening with the INSIDERS of the stock you own-- especially in this volatile market?

    I mean think about it, what if a founder or CEO files to sell a HUGE BLOCK of shares?

    1., does that mean that they�re afraid of something? 2., what will a liquidation of such a block do to the share price and YOUR position? 3., what�s it mean if they�re buying THEIR OWN stock back?

    This site has linked access to both INSIDER ACTIVITY and BUY BACKS.

    Every investor should check this regularly:

    www.traderedge.com

    ...for the latest free data on mbi

  • heyladybigmama by heyladybigmama Mar 5, 2001 5:41 PM Flag

    Why did they sell...
    You know, who knows more than anybody about the prospects and financial well-being of a company?

    IMHO, it�s got to be the insiders, those supposedly in-the-know with often large positions.

    So, wouldn�t it make sense to see what�s happening with the INSIDERS of the stock you own-- especially in this volatile market?

    I mean think about it, what if a founder or CEO files to sell a HUGE BLOCK of shares?

    1., does that mean that they�re afraid of something? 2., what will a liquidation of such a block do to the share price and YOUR position? 3., what�s it mean if they�re buying THEIR OWN stock back?

    This site has linked access to both INSIDER ACTIVITY and BUY BACKS.

    Every investor should check this regularly:

    www.traderedge.com

    ...for the latest free data on FMT

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