SEC Law: Basics

What are blackout periods and window periods? This is premium content

Blackout periods are times when some or all of a company's employees are prohibited from trading its securities (sometimes including the exercise of stock options). Window periods are times when trading by those employees is allowed. A company imposes a blackout when it...
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