The intent of the site is to give some clarity and overall trends to the thousands of SEC Edgar Form 4 filings that the SEC processes. The site is not affiliated with the SEC. It is divided into 4 tabs. The first is for looking at overall trends in the filings. The second is for looking at filings for an individual stock. The third shows the biggest trades within any time frame and by market sector. The fourth tab charts buy sell ratio in terms of either total dollars or number of shares.
www.myitexperts.com is intended to answer questions like:
What is the 10 largest insider trades reported to SEC in the last 30 days in the financial sector?
What is the the ratio of insider shares reported to SEC bought to insider shares sold in November for Consumer Staples stocks?
What insider trades were executed for Alcoa stock during 2012?
Most tabs allow for many filtering options. To filter, simply change an option and the selection will be instantly applied.
Clicking on data points in the graphs will reveal more details regarding that data point. This is useful for drilling into
detail data. The Broad Market Trends allows for excel output of the detail data.
The site is updated throughout each trading day with SEC edgar data and contains data back to Jan 1, 2008.
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Data is generally available from 2008 to present and is updated several times per trading day.