Top Stocks With Insider Buying, Buybacks - TheStreet

Top Stocks With Insider Buying, Buybacks

Large repurchases make Corning and Alliance Data stocks to watch.
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Part of the philosophy of Stockpickr is to follow in the footsteps of smart people. This could mean a few different things.

It could mean piggybacking great investors such as Warren Buffett or George Soros. Or it could mean buying what the CEOs, employees and directors of a company are buying -- these are people who know the intimate details of their companies far better than you or me.

The perfect setup is when one of these company insiders or an entire board (in the case of a stock buyback) are buying shares at the same time that some smart savvy investors are as well.

Every week, we update the Stockpickr Top 10 Insider Purchases and Buybacks portfolio, featuring the stocks that had either big insider purchases or newly announced buybacks that week, as well as "smart money" accumulating shares.

This week's portfolio includes

Corning

(GLW) - Get Report

and

Alliance Data

(ADS) - Get Report

.

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