Andrew J. Meyer


Insider trading is broadly defined as the use of material nonpublic information in connection with the trade of stock or other securities. To the average person, the classic case of insider trading is a corporate executive reaping handsome personal profits by trading stock using insider information that he obtained through his position within the corporation. The reality, however, can be much more complicated

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