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Insider Trading Stock Alerts: Bank of America, American International Group, Molycorp, SandRidge Energy, General Electric, and Marathon Oil

VANCOUVER, British Columbia, Dec. 11, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Insiderslab.com has issued insider trading reports and equity research for the following companies: Bank of America (NYSE:BAC), American International Group (NYSE:AIG), Molycorp (NYSE:MCP), SandRidge Energy (NYSE:SD), General Electric (NYSE:GE), and Marathon Oil (NYSE:MRO).

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Report Highlights:

Bank of America Corporation (NYSE:BAC): Shares of Bank of America Corporation (NYSE:BAC) ended lower by US$0.07 (or -0.61%) to US$10.57 with more than 147.75 million shares exchanged hands for the session, compared to its average volume of 156.92 million shares. Bank of America has a market capitalization of US$113.92 billion with price range within US$4.92 - US$10.68 over the past 52 weeks. Can BAC bounce back from here? Do you want to know when Bank of America insiders will purchase their shares? See insider trade report for BAC here.

Read Full Report: http://www.insiderslab.com/PR3/121112A/BAC/BankofAmerica.pdf

American International Group, Inc. (NYSE:AIG): On December 9, American International Group, Inc. (NYSE:AIG) announced its agreement with a Chinese investor group led by Mr. Weng Xianding, the Chairman of New China Trust Co. Ltd. Under the terms of agreement, American International Group has agreed to sell up to 90% stake of its airplane leasing unit, International Lease Finance Corporation, to the investor group for approximately US$5.28 billion. Investors may want to find out how American International Group insiders are thinking about the future of the company. Check this insider trade report for AIG here.

Read Full Report: http://www.insiderslab.com/PR3/121112A/AIG/AmericanInternationalGroup.pdf

Molycorp Inc. (NYSE:MCP): Insiderslab.com found Molycorp Inc. (NYSE:MCP) Independent Director, Brian T. Dolan, purchased 4,413 shares on November 29, at stock price US$8.69 for about US$38,340. Disclose date: December 3. Additionally, there was a Market Purchase made by 10% Owner -- Molibdenos Y Metales S.A. on November 29, at stock price US$8.72 each for about US$6,100. Shares of Molycorp soared nearly 20% to US$10.70 in the last trading session. Add MCP into your watch list for insider trade now.

Read Full Report: http://www.insiderslab.com/PR3/121112A/MCP/Molycorp.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.

SandRidge Energy Inc. (NYSE:SD):

Read Full Report: http://www.insiderslab.com/PR3/121112A/SD/SandRidgeEnergy.pdf

General Electric Company (NYSE:GE):

Read Full Report: http://www.insiderslab.com/PR3/121112A/GE/GeneralElectric.pdf

Marathon Oil Corporation (NYSE:MRO):

Read Full Report: http://www.insiderslab.com/PR3/121112A/MRO/MarathonOil.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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