Is the Market Rigged in Favor of Insiders? We Talk to Wharton Professor Daniel Taylor to Find Out

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There is a perception many have that the market is rigged in favor of corporate insiders. And there is certainly justification for that perception. In this episode we take an in depth look at the issue with Wharton professor and insider trading expert Daniel Taylor. We start with the basics, including how insider trading is defined and the laws that govern it. Then we dig deep into his research and what it tells us about the behavior of insiders and whether they have an unfair advantage.

Daniel’s research and papers:

accounting.wharton.upenn.edu/profile/dtayl/

danieltayloranalytics.com/

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Originally Posted on December 13, 2021 – Is the Market Rigged in Favor of Insiders? We Talk to Wharton Professor Daniel Taylor to Find Out

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