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Yahoo BusinessAug 03, 2020
3 Stocks Flashing Signs of Strong Insider Buying
We're living in interesting times, as the cliché goes, but that's hardly a curse for investors. Stocks are climbing, despite the ongoing corona crisis and the shaky economic restart. By now, we all know that Q2 GDP fell badly; the 39.2% contraction was the worst since record keeping began. It would appear that the really bad news was already baked into investors' expectation.One way to gauge the quality of the markets is to watch the corporate officers. These execs and board members are charged with guiding their companies through good times and bad - and they are privy to more information than the general public. Since it's only human nature for them to use that info in their personal stock purchases, regulators require that they publish those purchases. It helps to level the playing field; we get to see what the insiders bought, and how much of their own money they put down.TipRanks collects that insider trading data, and puts it in the context of the larger markets. The Insiders' Hot Stocks tool lets you follow the insiders, sorting the data by stock or by trading strategy. It's a smart way to get an inside track, and to demonstrate, we've picked three stocks that have recently skewed strongly positive on the strength of insider trades. T-Mobile US (TMUS)The third largest wireless provider in the US markets has had a good year. It completed its merger with Sprint (previously the fourth-largest wireless provider) on April 1, and has not only recovered from the February/March market crash, but surpassed its February peak share value.Loo

MarketWatchAug 03, 2020
Market Snapshot: Dow, S&P 500 rise and Nasdaq hits record to kick off August as stalled stimulus talks come in focus
U.S. stocks on Monday traded modestly higher after wavering in early action in the first trading day in August, with wrangling in Washington over another round of coronavirus stimulus supporting some appetite for large-capitalization technology stocks that are viewed as more resilient to the economic effects of the COVID-19 pandemic.

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MarketWatch MarketPulseAug 03, 2020
UPDATE: ADT shares soar 80% premarket on news of venture with Google to create smart home security product
Shares of residential and commercial security provider ADT Inc. soared 80% in the premarket trade Monday, after the company announced a new venture with Alphabet Inc.'s Google to create the next generation of smart home security offerings. The partnership will build on Google's Nest's hardware and services, which will be combined with ADT's installation, service and professional monitoring network. Google will invest $450 million to acquire a 6.6% stake in newly created Class B common stock of ADT, in a deal expected to close in the third quarter. Both companies are committing $150 million for co-marketing, product development, technology and employee training. ADT has more than 20,000 people who will work with Google's suite of home hardware, manufacturing technology and vertical technology stack, the companies said in a joint statement. ADT is expecting to start offering Google devices this year and to expand the integration in 2021. A conference call to discuss the partnership will be held at 8.30 a.m. ET. ADT shares have gained 8.6% in the year through Friday, while the S&P 500 has gained 1.3%.

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Yahoo BusinessAug 03, 2020
Clorox, Tyson Foods name new CEO during earnings announcement
Yahoo Finance's Emily McCormick joins The First Trade with Alexis Christoforous and Brian Sozzi to discuss earning reports from Clorox and Tyson, as well as C-Suite changes at both companies.

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