We all know top executives and board members have a huge investing advantage over us regular people. Insider information pays big-time.
But not all insiders are created equal.
In fact, there’s a specific set of insiders that has an even greater edge than your typical insider…
Well, actually, it’s a certain sector of the stock market:
Not your JP Morgans or Wells Fargos, either.
Regional banks — big enough to be public companies but small enough to avoid some public scrutiny.
You see, being an insider at one of these banks is enough…
But since they’re, well, in banking, they really know how to play the markets to their advantage. They understand the financial system quite well — particularly, the bond market since it affects bank profitability.
For example, one regional bank insider correctly bought their stock’s absolute low 7 times over 7 years. I’ll talk about that in the video.
Oh, and speaking of the bond market, it’s been in the news a lot recently. Yields have been spiking, thanks to plenty of recent events.
And alongside that, we just noticed some big insider buying activity on yet another regional bank stock.
Watch the video for all the details…