5 of the Biggest Wall Street Insider Trading Scandals

5 of the Biggest Wall Street Insider Trading Scandals

Scandal erupted in the fantasy sports world earlier this week, when it was leaked that employees from one major fantasy sports website, DraftKings, had used their own inside information to win money in contests held by their rival company, FanDuel.

That got us thinking about other instances of people using inside information for their own benefit. While a story like this might be unusual for the sports world, it’s small potatoes in finance. Here are five of the biggest insider trading schemes Wall Street has ever seen.

Sauer Energy Stock Making Some Shareholders Feeling Very “sour”

Sauer Energy Stock Making Some Shareholders Feeling Very “sour”

Shares of wind turbine maker Sauer Energy, Inc. (OTC: SENY) have been in a downtrend the past few years.

Sauer Energy, Inc., which trades over-the-counter under the ticker symbol SENY, has seen its shares fall from $1 in 2011 to as low as .10 cents in 2013.

The company first got the attention of many investors during the height of the renewable energy and green energy craze a few years ago.