If you are an active trader, money manager, or personal investor who makes significant investment decisions on a 2-to-12-month time horizon, you need to know what signals insiders are sending.

In collaboration with Professor H. Nejat Seyhun of the University of Michigan Ross School of Business , the Insider Sentiment Dashboard utilizes nearly 40 years of academic research to give you valuable insights from the world of insider trading.

It is not enough to just know how much insiders are buying or selling. You need to know how to interpret insiders' actions and how they play into the broader macroeconomic picture.

An insider trades table available to subscribers of InsiderSentiment.com

Above: Elon Musk announced a $20 billion sale of Tesla shares as the stock went above $400. That was a historic peak in the stock price.

Below: Jamie Dimon purchased $25 million of JPM after the price dipped below $50. It has not traded that low since.

An insider trades table available to subscribers of InsiderSentiment.com

During the 2020 downturn and subsequent recovery, insider signals preceded large movements in the market. In a time of high uncertainty, these signals would have allowed you to act before the larger market movements.

Graph showing the Insider Trading Tracker versus the Russell 2000 Index

Here you can see the inverse relationship between insider sentiment and the stock market (shown by the Russell 2000). When the stock market fell in March 2020 due to fear, insiders were not scared. In fact, they started buying their own firms' stock in record numbers. They were correct.

What you will get in the Insider Sentiment Dashboard

The tabs of graphs available to subscribers of insidersentiment.com
Daily updated aggregated summaries showing insider sentiment for various sectors, firm momentum (trend), and investing styles (value, growth or blend), plus firm size. Our flagship Insider Sentiment Tracker.
A graph showing the insider selling for Morningstar, Inc. (Nasdaq: MORN)
Daily updated firm-level insider trading activity. Easily see how insiders bought and sold their own company as the stock price went up and down. Look at a firm's insiders together or at each one individually.
A table of high-signal insider transactions available to subscribers of insidersentiment.com
High-signal insider transactions. Find the most informative trades by transaction type each week.
A company screening table available to subscribers of insidersentiment.com
Company Screenings. Find companies based on fundamental and technical indicators, plus insider trading activity.

Professor H. Nejat Seyhun has been a leading expert on insider trading for over 30 years

His work on insider options backdating helped uncover one of the largest corporate scandals in recent time
He regularly appears in leading publications such as the Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, MarketWatch and others to give his opinion on insider sentiment

We pull, process, and filter through the insider trading data in order to separate the signal from the noise. Then, we interpret it for you.

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Full access to aggregated data and analyses







You can buy raw insider trading data anywhere, but you will only get 40+ years of academic experience here.

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