How to Follow Rampant Insider Trading in the Stock Market

In This Video You Will Learn...

● Predicting Big stock moves following insider trades

● How to see the action of the best traders in the world

● Technicals that prep you for the trade and set you up for success

● Finding the strongest trends to make potential bank in your trading and investing
  • The Hot Corner, a daily email where we field data about money flow from people in-the-know on Wall Street, across corporate America, and inside Washington D.C.
  • A How-To-Inside-Scoop video that explains our process of going through SEC filings to present the most actionable trade ideas.
  • Trade ideas utilizing curated information from the SEC EDGAR database.
  • Tracking notable persons of interest and unusual trading behavior.
  • A targeted list of trade ideas updated every single day.
Meet Steve Strazza
   As Director of Research for All Star Charts, Steve Strazza brings a unique perspective to the world of Technical Analysis due to his diverse background.
  Steve found an affinity for financial markets during his first job out of college as a big-4 CPA auditing some of Wall Street’s largest broker-dealers. Steve then worked in the Asset Management industry in a variety of roles including Controller for a private equity start-up and Fund Accountant for several large hedge funds. Steve has spent recent years writing as an Independent Research Analyst while working on a variety of Fintech projects. Steve began his research
career using the financial statement analysis skills he gained as an accountant.
   After learning the flaws of fundamental analysis first-hand through his research career as well as his experience auditing public companies, he transitioned his investing style to focus primarily on price action. Steve holds an MBA from Fairfield University.

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