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Insiders don’t have to buy shares of their respective companies – so it can pay to follow their lead when they do. As the author of today’s article notes, when insiders “buy shares in their own company, they are showing us, with their own money, that they believe the stock of that company offers the best value in the market. If it didn’t, they would be diversifying their portfolio into other companies.” As such, the author screened for cheap stocks (trading for less than $10) where the companies in question have seen recent insider buying activity. For more, CLICK HERE.