Insider Trading is Free Speech
Natural 'word of mouth' market solutions aside, technological advancements also show us a future in whereby we no longer need a central authority to dictate to us who is wrong and who is right. Even if still at an infancy stage - the Bitcoin blockchain is a functioning example of that.
We no longer need authority. We only need consensus. Technology has decentralized, distributed, and automated consensus. Without any arbitrary government law, violence or use of force necessary to enforce the rules.
- Is Insider Trading Really a Crime? | Mises Institute
p.s. - even though it should be my right, I have no intention of conducting 'insider trading' now or at any point not because of some law that says one should not do but because it's simply not good for business long-term.
Doing business 'behind closed doors' for the sole purpose of exploitative gain over others is a great way to earn resentment; as a business owner and someone who is true to thyself you don't want that - you want respect, knowledge and prosperity; to save but also to spread your prosperity as you discover it such that your discoveries and the fruits of your labour can be enjoyed by those you love and care for before and even long after you yourself perish.