So, how did I come to discover this group of well-informed insiders?
I’m going to tell you in just a moment…
But first, let me introduce myself.
My name is Ross Givens. I’m a former fund manager and Vice President of JPMorgan Chase.
You may have seen me giving market analysis on CNBC, Bloomberg, or Fox Business.
For the past several years, I’ve been exhaustively studying the secrets of these elite insider traders.
In fact, my team and I have examined more than 7.8 million trades, dating all the way back to 2003…
And scrutinized $603-million worth of pure insider profits.
What we’ve discovered… and what I’ll be sharing with you today… can drastically change your future.
Now, I know what you’re thinking:
“Insider trading is illegal.”
Technically, that’s true. But nine times out of 10, the people you see arrested are hedge fund managers and traders — NOT company insiders.
You see, the truth is that insiders are protected by a little-known SEC loophole called the 10B5-1 Rule.
Essentially, this rule says that as long as the insider has a written plan for when he will buy and sell his company’s stock, he is immune from insider trading violations.
But the rule is so vague, it’s almost laughable…
Because the “plan” for when the insider intends to buy and sell can be anything… even his own proprietary formula.
He could literally buy and sell based on the phases of the moon!
The SEC doesn’t require insiders to disclose this plan’s existence, its provisions, or any changes made to it…
In fact, the 10B5-1 plan isn’t even filed with the SEC — it’s simply set up with a brokerage firm.
It can be changed, modified, or cancelled at any time…
In other words, it’s basically a free-for-all.
The only hard rule these insiders MUST follow is reporting their trades…
Which they do on this highly valuable yet little-known document.