insider trading

insider trading
   Illegal transactions made on the basis of privileged information. This may involve using confidential information (e.g., proposed management changes, forthcoming profit and loss reports, unreleased sales figures, merger talks) about a business, gained through an individual's employment in a company or a stock brokerage, to profit from buying and selling shares and bonds based on that confidential information. Normal investors are the victims. Insider trading is a crime under the Securities and Exchange Act.

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