“Remember, no one knows a company better than an insider,” points out the author of today’s article – and, as such, the publicly available information regarding insider transactions can be very useful to individual investors looking for potential investments. The author further points out, however, that buying activity by an insider is not always a bullish indicator. Thus, in screening for prospective stocks, the author searched for companies that have seen “clusters” of buying activity by several insiders. The search was also limited to cheap (under $15) small-cap stocks. This screen yielded four stocks. To find out what these four stocks are, CLICK HERE.