SEC Law: Insider Trading

How do the SEC and the stock exchanges detect insider trading? Aren't stock-trading records confidential? This is premium content

To detect irregular patterns of trading, each stock exchange uses a surveillance operation. When it detects suspicious trading, the surveillance entity reports the matter to the SEC, which now wields a formidable array of digital technology to track and investigate insider trading...
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