SAC Capital’s Noah Freeman had an interesting way to insider trade (allegedly).We’re not sure how he did it, but Freeman used “writings, signs, signals, pictures, and sounds for the purpose of executing such scheme and artifice,” according to the Federal government’s complaint against him.
At least he got creative!
But Freeman thought it out before –
Unfortunately, the complaint doesn’t say anything else about exactly how Freeman used the sounds or pictures, which would really be interesting. But here’s what the Feds allege Freeman did that constitutes insider trading.