Usage - real time insider trading monitoring services
What is the difference between "Direct" and "Indirect" ownership
- Form 4 Filings - showing insider purchases and sales
- Insider Buys - showing insider purchases only
- Significant Insider Buys - showing significant insider purchases only, based on the following definitions:
- - A minimum combined purchase $50,000 by a non-block holder, or
- - A minimum combined purchase $500,000 by a 10% owner.
- Penny Stocks Insider Buying - showing significant insider purchases of penny stocks, based on the following definitions:
- - Average stock price below $5.00.
- - Minimum total purchase $10,000 by a non-block holder, or $100,000 by a block holder.
- Insider Sales - showing insider sales only
- Insider Buy Sell Ratios - showing insider trading buy sell ratios vs. NASDAQ index
- Stock Options - filings related to stock options
- Insider Trading Top Lists - listing top insider purchases and sales
- Insider Trading Graph View - quick graphical presentation of historical insider transactions
- Insider Watch - monitoring insider activities of your watch list (stocks and/or persons) up to the last five days
I can't login.
- Direct - direct ownership - owned by the insider directly
- Indirect - indirect ownership - the insider may be a managing director of a fund, or may be the spouse/parent of the security holder. Typically there are footnotes to explain the relationship.
I am using AOL browser and I am unable to login
- You may request a new password if you forgot it at this link: I forgot my password. After you receive a new password, you may log into your account at any time and change your password.
- If you think you enter the correct password for your account but still can't login, try to clear your browser's cookie first:
- - IE user: Tools->Internet Options, under "General" tab, click "Delete Cookies..."
- - Firefox user: Edit->Preferences, select "Privacy" tab, then click "Clear Cookies Now".
- If you fail to login 5 times, your account will be locked and you must contact us to unlock your account.
How do I modify my watch list and reset my email alerts
- The easiest solution is to use IE (Internet Explorer).
- Using AOL browser: you should verify that your AOL browser is accepting session cookies and your cache is cleared. On the AOL web site, there are instructions for
enabling session cookies and clearing your cache in the AOL Browser.
If you still can not login, the problem may be the version of
AOL that you are using. After investigation, the cause is that
AOL Browser versions prior to 9.0
Optimized SE do not correctly handle "Session Cookies,"
which are required in Secform4 website.
You must upgrade to
AOL 9.0 Optimized. If, after upgrading, you continue to have problems, please contact
AOL at 1-800-392-5180 and refer to problem ticket #139635238.
- Another solution is to use firefox, which has become increasing popular, allowing you to have multple tabs in one window. SecForm4.Com has been fully tested using firefox.
Can we have a deep-link to a given organization's historical insider transaction profile in our site?
- Login to your account and click "My Account" at the upper right corner to change your watch list and email alert preference (subscription level 2 or higher is required).
Export Data to Excel
- Yes, you may use either stock ticker symbol or CIK, and the link will look like either one of the following (using DELL for example):
<a href="http://www.secform4.com/insider-trading/dell.htm">Insider Transactions</a>
<a href="http://www.secform4.com/insider-trading/826083.htm">Insider Transactions</a>
Where "dell" is not case sensitive. You may replace "Insider Transactions" with other text that is appropriate for your site.
- Browse to the page you want to export to Excel file.
- Click "Printable version" in that page.
- Click Browser's "Save As..." menu item under "File" menu.
- In the popup dialog, specify a desired file name.
- Under "Save as type", choose "Webpage, complete (*.htm,*.html)", as shown:
- Open the saved html file using your Excel program.