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How to Invest Like a Billionaire

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There are several ways to get this billionaire information. The do-it-yourself investor with time on his or her hands can troll through the 13F and 13H filings posted daily by the SEC. The former are the quarterly holdings report filed by institutional managers and the latter large trader registration for large positions.

With tens of thousands of filings each month, most investors following insiders choose certain criteria to sift actionable insider transactions from the more routine. These signs include huge transactions, multiple insiders buying, and activist investor buying, such as following Carl Icahn as above. Then the results would be filtered by a second criteria, such as insider buying at a 62-week low to help identify investment opportunities.

The regular Minyanville reader is often presented with updates on the activities of several insiders and hedge funds within minutes of their postings on the SEC including, most recently, Philip Frost, Lazard Asset Management and Cavalry Asset Management.

Next, there are various websites which track insider purchases and sales including Open Insider. These typically lag the SEC filings by a few business days.
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