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Researches on Top Movers: Intel, Microsoft, Morgan Stanley, General Electric, EMC, and Juniper

VANCOUVER, British Columbia, Nov. 8, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Insiderslab.com has issued insider trading reports and equity research for the following companies: Intel (NASDAQ:INTC), Microsoft (NASDAQ:MSFT), Morgan Stanley (NYSE:MS), General Electric (NYSE:GE), EMC (NYSE:EMC), and Juniper (NYSE:JNPR).

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Report Highlights:

Intel Corporation (NASDAQ:INTC): Between August 8, 2012 and November 7, 2012, Intel Corporation (NASDAQ:INTC) insiders have sold a total of US$639,020 in shares, which ranged in price from US$21.50 to US$26.36 each. In the last trading session, shares of Intel fell 3.77% to US$20.91 and hit a new 52-week low of US$20.90. Are Intel insiders starting to take huge profits by selling shares or exercising stock options? Add INTC into your watch list for insider trade now.

Read Full Report: http://www.insiderslab.com/PR3/110812A/INTC/Intel.pdf

Microsoft Corporation (NASDAQ:MSFT): Insiderslab.com found company Senior Vice President, Lisa E. Brummel, sold 71,313 shares on October 31, at stock price US$28.54 each for about US$2.03 million. Disclose date: November 2. According to insider trading report, Microsoft Corporation (NASDAQ:MSFT) insiders have sold a total of US$570.33 million in shares, in the past three months. Shares of Microsoft slipped US$0.78 (or -2.61%) to close at US$29.08 in the last trading session. Academic studies have shown that company insiders traditionally make higher investment returns than ordinary investors. Do you want to know when Microsoft insiders will purchase their shares?

Read Full Report: http://www.insiderslab.com/PR3/110812A/MSFT/Microsoft.pdf

Morgan Stanley (NYSE:MS): Morgan Stanley (NYSE:MS) announced on Monday that Paul J. Taubman, currently co-President of Institutional Securities, has decided to retire at the end of this year. Colm Kelleher, co-President of Institutional Securities with Mr. Taubman, will become President of Morgan Stanley's Institutional Securities division, effective January 2013. Shares of Morgan Stanley slipped US$1.56 (or -8.58%) to US$16.63 on hefty volume of 42.70 million shares, well above its average volume of 20.61 million shares. Can MS bounce back from here? Check out the insider trade report here.

Read Full Report: http://www.insiderslab.com/PR3/110812A/MS/MorganStanley.pdf

Today Insiderslab.com also observed abnormal trade volume for the following companies; insiders may involve trading in these companies. It will take some time for insiders to report their trades. Read these reports and add these companies into your Insider Trade Radar.

General Electric Company (NYSE:GE):

Read Full Report: http://www.insiderslab.com/PR3/110812A/GE/GeneralElectric.pdf

EMC Corporation (NYSE:EMC):

Read Full Report: http://www.insiderslab.com/PR3/110812A/EMC/EMC.pdf

Juniper Networks, Inc. (NYSE:JNPR):

Read Full Report: http://www.insiderslab.com/PR3/110812A/JNPR/Juniper.pdf

Insider Filing Source Reference: All observations, analysis and reports are based on public information released by the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission.

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Insiderslab.com covers insider trade data in major stock markets in the U.S., Hong Kong, Mainland China, and Singapore.  Insiderslab.com features a team of experienced data analysts striving to provide the investment community with the tools, software, and data necessary to carry out more effective investment research.

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