Company insiders are buying stocks again after October’s rout

Those in the know are now saying it’s time to buy this pullback.

Last week, insiders — the ones with the front-row seats on business — bought more of their company shares than they sold by a ratio of 1.25. That’s unusual. Typically, they sell about twice as much as they buy. This means the buy/sell ratio is normally more in the 0.5 range. These numbers come from Vickers Stock Research.

A long-term eight-week buy/sell ratio Vickers uses to track insider activity at New York Stock Exchange and American Stock Exchange companies has also turned bullish.

The bullish insider tone lines up the golden trifecta of signals I look for to make overall market calls in my stock newsletter, Brush Up on Stocks.

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