HONG KONG, Nov. 1, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- US market investors can reveal the performance of company insiders from the insider trading reports. Today's reports will cover the following stocks: Facebook (NASDAQ: FB), Intel (NASDAQ: INTC), Bank of America (NYSE: BAC), Avon (NYSE: AVP), Expedia (NASDAQ: EXPE), and JDS Uniphase (NASDAQ: JDSU).
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Facebook Inc (NASDAQ: FB): By the end of last trading session, the shares of Facebook (NASDAQ: FB) earned 2.44% (or US$1.20) to US$50.21 with 248.81 million shares exchanged hands, compared to daily average volume of 84.76 million. After releasing its strong Q3 earnings, the company stock soared about 17% during the after-hours. But the shares slipped due to investors worried about the comments of CFO David Ebersman that regarding a decrease in daily users among younger teenagers. Insiderslab.com found company VP, Gen. Counsel & Secretary, Colin Stretch, sold his shares at the price of US$50.74 on October 29. Investors may want to find out how Facebook insiders like CEOs, CFOs and Directors are thinking about the future of the company. Check this insider trade report for FB here.
Read Full Report: http://www.insiderslab.com/PR3/110113A/FB/Facebook.pdf
Intel Corporation (NASDAQ: INTC): By the end of last trading session, Intel (NASDAQ: INTC) shares lost 0.10% to US$24.47 with about 30.90 million shares exchanged hands for the session, compared to its average volume of 33.42 million shares. Insiderslab.com found company Chairman, Andy D. Bryant, sold his shares at the price of US$24.53 for about US$17.02 million on October 29. One day later, the company's President, Renee Jo James, sold her shares at the price of US$24.55. Investors may want to find out how Intel insiders like CEOs, CFOs and Directors are thinking about the future of the company.
Read Full Report: http://www.insiderslab.com/PR3/110113A/INTC/Intel.pdf
Bank of America Corp (NYSE: BAC): By the end of last trading session, Bank of America (NYSE: BAC) shares dropped 1.41% to US$13.97 with about 105.71 million shares exchanged hands for the session, compared to its average volume of 91.69 million shares. Insiderslab.com found company Director, Thomas J. May, sold his shares at the price of US$14.63 on October 18. Insiderslab.com believes that it is a clever way to check if insiders like CEOs, CFOs, and Directors in Bank of America are starting to sell more company shares. See insider trade report for BAC here.
Read Full Report: http://www.insiderslab.com/PR3/110113A/BAC/BankofAmerica.pdf
Today Insiderslab.com also observed abnormal trade volume for the following companies; insiders may be involved in trading in these companies. It will take some time for insiders to report their trades. Read these reports and add these companies into your Insider Trade Radar.
Avon Products, Inc. (NYSE: AVP):
Read Full Report: http://www.insiderslab.com/PR3/110113A/AVP/Avon.pdf
Expedia Inc (NASDAQ: EXPE):
Read Full Report: http://www.insiderslab.com/PR3/110113A/EXPE/Expedia.pdf
JDS Uniphase Corp (NASDAQ: JDSU):
Read Full Report: http://www.insiderslab.com/PR3/110113A/JDSU/JDSUniphase.pdf
Combine insider trading signals with consensus earnings forecast report will give better equity research result. Check out the latest earning forecast reports of Facebook (NASDAQ: FB), MGM Resorts (NYSE: MGM), Avon (NYSE: AVP), Bank of America (NYSE: BAC), Barrick Gold (NYSE: ABX), and Expedia (NASDAQ: EXPE) for FREE:
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