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Members of Congress should not be buying and selling stocks. Even if they're not engaged in insider trading, so often it will create the appearance of impropriety.

Insider selling really picked up yesterday for the first time since mid-February. Executive sales > $1 million:

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'Insiders have dumped more than $50 billion worth of shares since the start of May. August is on track to be the third month of the past four where insider selling exceeded $15 billion, TrimTabs said, a pace unseen since 2006.'

The pace of insider selling could be a warning sign for the booming market because insiders, by definition, are privy to more information about the true health of their companies than average investors.

Insider selling so far in August is up more than 100% from a year ago ($8.9 billion vs $4.4 billion). Here are the sales by executives over $1 million filed yesterday (via ).

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Another big day of insider selling yesterday. Sales by execs over $1 million.

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Two GOP senators are under investigation for selling fortunes worth of stock based on insider knowledge of poor pandemic readiness–and Trump won't say if he did the same. By sheer coincidence, Republicans want to give Trump billions of dollars to bail out corporations in secret.

Insider selling maintains its torrid pace this week. Executive sales > $1 million filed yesterday:

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With Senators Feinstein, Burr, Loeffler & Inhofe in the news for selling off stocks worth millions just days before Coronavirus crashed the market, it's a good time to revisit how these criminals profit from their role as 'public servants' Insider Trading

JUST IN: Former Equifax exec charged with insider trading for selling stock before data breach was announced

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