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Insider Selling

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Insider Selling

Insider Selling

Insider Selling

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According to a piece in Monday's Wall Street Journal, corporate executives are running — not walking — to sell company shares and the rush is making some investors nervous. WSJ writer Gregory Zuckerman joins Neal Conan to talk about what it means when company insiders sell stock.

Guest:

Gregory Zuckerman
*Staff Reporter for The Wall Street Journal