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The company report includes the past year of insider filings sorted by transaction date which are updated daily, one-year open market bias, a graphical overview of all open market transactions highlighting the activities of the company officers and directors, and holding trends for key insider groups (eg. Officers, Directors, and 10% Holders). The report also includes the stock’s INK Edge outlook along with key valuation, insider commitment and price momentum indicators.

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