Re: For what it's worth
Are you suggesting that Ganzi does NOT have information that you and I do not? Of course he does, how could he possibly not. How could anyone know, much less prove, that his decision to buy shares was based on that knowledge or on the same information that you and I have. It is impossible. Now if some new information of a startlingly good nature were to suddenly be made known a short period after he made that big purchase I would be suspicious as would the SEC. It is very hard to prove insider trading on the part of key executives.