SEC Law: Insider Trading

How do blackout periods affect my ability to sell shares? This is premium content

To prevent insider trading, and to reduce the need to constantly monitor and evaluate individual requests to trade stock, most companies prohibit employees from trading their stock during certain timeframes. These interludes are known as...
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