When it comes to stocks, few companies inspire more loyalty than Berkshire Hathaway. But one long-time shareholder is selling Warren Buffett's famous investment vehicle in favor of a wider range of arguably more exciting prospects. What might be most surprising, though, is what this institutional investor is buying to replace its Berkshire shares.
Is Vonageheaded higher, or lower? That's the question we ask when we evaluate insider buying and selling. We ask because how executives spend their paychecks is often a reflection of what they think of their companies' prospects.
I don't know about you, but my mother always made me the guinea pig when it came to taste-testing her food for dinner parties.