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Critical SP500 Stock Alerts: Microsoft, Research In Motion, Oracle, Genworth, Avon Products, and McDonald's

VANCOUVER, British Columbia, Dec. 10, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Pennystocksinsiders.com (PSI) has issued insider trading reports and equity research for the following companies: Microsoft (NASDAQ:MSFT), Research In Motion (NASDAQ:RIMM), Oracle (NASDAQ:ORCL), Genworth (NYSE:GNW), Avon Products (NYSE:AVP), and McDonald's (NYSE:MCD).

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Microsoft Corporation (NASDAQ:MSFT): Between September 8 and December 7, Microsoft Corporation (NASDAQ:MSFT) insiders have sold a total of US$578.36 million in shares, which ranged in price from US$27.07 to US$30.83 each. It has been seven years since Microsoft released its Xbox 360 in 2005. Recently, the company announced that its next version of Xbox 360 will be released next year around the holidays and at the start of the shopping season. Pennystocksinsiders.com thinks that it is a clever way to check if insiders in Microsoft are starting to buy more company shares. See insider trade report for MSFT here.

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Research In Motion Limited (USA) (NASDAQ:RIMM): On December 4, BlackBerry-maker Research In Motion Limited (USA) (NASDAQ:RIMM) and Nextel Mexico launched the first BlackBerry 7 smartphone for the new Nextel Evolution Network. Shares of Research In Motion gained 1.01% (US$0.12) to US$12.01 on high volume of 24.50 million shares, compared to its average volume of 34.49 million shares. Did Research In Motion insiders buy their shareholdings before the stock price jumped? Check out the insider trade report here.

Read Full Report: http://www.Pennystocksinsiders.com/PR/121012A/RIMM/ResearchInMotion.pdf

Oracle Corporation (NASDAQ:ORCL): In the last three months, Oracle Corporation (NASDAQ:ORCL) insiders have sold a total of US$22.61 million in shares, which ranged in price from US$29.58 to US$32.81 each. Oracle is scheduled to release its financial results for the second quarter of fiscal 2013 on Tuesday, December 18, 2012. In the past 52 weeks, Oracle share prices have been bracketed by a low of US$24.91 and a high of US$33.29, and are now at US$31.92 (28% above that low price). Investors may want to find out how Oracle insiders are thinking about the future of the company. Check this insider trade report for ORCL here.

Read Full Report: http://www.Pennystocksinsiders.com/PR/121012A/ORCL/Oracle.pdf

Today Pennystocksinsiders.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.

Genworth Financial Inc. (NYSE:GNW):

Read Full Report: http://www.Pennystocksinsiders.com/PR/121012A/GNW/Genworth.pdf

Avon Products, Inc. (NYSE:AVP):

Read Full Report: http://www.Pennystocksinsiders.com/PR/121012A/AVP/AvonProducts.pdf

McDonald's Corporation (NYSE:MCD):

Read Full Report: http://www.Pennystocksinsiders.com/PR/121012A/MCD/McDonalds.pdf

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