Stocks: Four Insider Favorites

S&P's latest screen finds outfits that are seeing solid levels of share purchasesand no sellingby company brass

For investors who like to zig when others zag, the current wave of insider selling of company shares could present an interesting opportunity. Of course, selling of shares by insiders (defined as officers, directors, and related parties) doesn't mean that they think that the company's fortunes are set to tumble (see BusinessWeek.com, 12/11/06, "Insider Buying: Look Before You Leap").

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