Following and implementing insider transactions in a portfolio, and being successful at it, is a complicated undertaking. Investors who do not have the time and resources to implement the various insider trading strategies can use alternative investment tools such as ETFs. The current ETFs in the market are generally index-based strategies that employ quantitative/analyst methodologies. The Sabrient Large Cap Insider/Analyst Quant-weighted Index and the Sabrient All Cap Insider/Analyst Quant-weighted Index are both comprised of the top 100 publicly traded companies in the S&P 500 and S&P 1500 indexes respectively. These index strategies allow investors to identify and participate in stocks that corporate insiders are accumulating, offer access to a rules-based index approach to equity investing, and focus on insider transactions and analyst ratings to determine weightings within the Index.
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Services for Hedge Funds and Institutional Clients
Insider Monkey’s research director Dr. Ian Dogan has a Ph.D. in financial economics with a specialization in insider trading. Dr. Dogan has provided consulting services to institutional investors and hedge funds, and managed a $200+ million fund using a strategy he developed utilizing insider transactions. Dr. Dogan recently authored the insider trading chapter of “The Handbook of Investment Anomalies” by Zacks Investment Research. We can provide custom data and portfolio construction services to hedge funds and institutional clients. Send us an email at email@example.com to get access to our insider trading and hedge fund holdings data, as well as strategies developed by Dr. Dogan.
* SBRQAM seeks alpha as a part of its index model over the S&P 1500®Index. The fund seeks to replicate the performance of SBRQAM and should reflect both its positive and negative movement. One cannot invest directly in an index.
** SBRQAL seeks alpha as a part of its index model over the S&P 500®Index. The fund seeks to replicate the performance of SBRQAL and should reflect both its positive and negative movement. One cannot invest directly in an index.