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Old 01-20-2020, 12:52 PM
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As discussed, you should never trade on inside information.

Separate from that, you may be asked to disclose whether you or family members have any ownership or other final transactions with a competitor. If you work for Met Life, do you want to have to explain why you own stock in Prudential?

If you want to invest in the insurance industry, there are sector funds which would then avoid having to answer the above question.

Having said this, I do know many married couples who work for competing firms, so they would have to disclose this.
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