Can my company know that I’m trading stock outside our trading window?
My company has a policy that no one can trade stock outside our trading window for insider trading purposes. Let me be clear, I have no insider info, I just think our stock would be a good investment, but for all I know after earnings our stock might go down.
I’m thinking there is no way that anyone can know that I’m making trades in my personal brokerage account. Is there some type of reporting that brokerage houses have to do that I’m unaware of or how do companies expect to ever act on their trading window policies?
Edit: FYI I’m not going to be making any trades. I don’t really stand to gain anything to balance out any level of risk. I had kinda assumed there was no real risk because I don’t have any idea if the stock is going up more than you do and assumed I’m not an insider, but maybe there is some risk. I’ll do some more info for my own curiosity but not going to do anything against policy.