10B5-1 plan for insider trading??? Has anyone opened this type of account, or hold securities in this type of

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Asked at 2012-08-26 00:11:02
I 'm a financial adviser and I'm looking to open a 10-5 -1 plan for a corporation. From my understanding , an insider must file a 144 with the SEC and also a 13D if you have more than 5 % of the shares . The plan 10b5 -1 allows corporate insiders to trade freely there values ​​. How much stock can be put into this account ? Can shoot actions in this account ? How many shares can be traded without filing with the SEC , or you have to file a 144 anyway ? If they can trade freely there company shares obviously not definitive , how knowing how the SEC does not regulate actions within the plan? I'm looking for someone who has experience in this type of plan to respond . My department told me that compliance with the
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