By Braden Copeland in Growth Stock Wire:
When I sift through insider buying information, there's one type that really grabs my attention...
It's when the chief financial officer (CFO) of a company is a large and regular buyer of his company's stock.
Why is this sort of buying so significant? It's simple. The CFO lives, eats, and breathes his company's finances. He knows the strength of his company's balance sheet. He knows how healthy his company's cash flow is. He knows what his company's future projections are.
Making sure the company has the money it needs to execute its business plan is his responsibility. Every day, it's the CFO's job to look at the numbers and understand exactly what's happening.
That's why few insiders...
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