Insiders indicate long-term bottom

Discussion in 'Trading' started by shortie, Feb 7, 2008.

    The inside bet
    Commentary: Insiders are betting heavily on bull-market rebound

    "To be sure, the week-to-week numbers are volatile. For that reason, Vickers also calculates an eight-week moving average that is the ratio of all insider sales over the trailing 8 weeks to all insider purchases. For the eight weeks ending Friday, this sell-to-buy ratio stood at 1.39-to-1. Vickers considers any ratio below 2-1 to be bullish. The last time that it was actually this low was in November 2002, just after the 2000-2002 bear market hit bottom."

    46% of the Brokers polled stated that they are keeping their clients money, right where it its....

    LOL.....BOTTOM IS IN :eek:
  3. dsq


    short interest at record highs and insider buying at record highs as selling at lo pe ratio...pretty bullish indicators.
  4. Link is not working for me.

    I would like to see the raw, cold, sterile, clinical data.

  5. Mvic


  6. Thanks, Mvic.

    I'd actually be more bullish if insider selling was another negative weighing the market down.

    It's as if the final leg of capitulation is taking forever.