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Empty head and pure heart test
Securities and Exchange Commission rule that allows only the bidder of a tender offer to trade in the stock while possessing inside information.
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Empty Head and Pure Heart Test
An SEC rule stating that under most circumstances, the only investor allowed to trade with insider information is one who is making a tender offer, which is an offer to buy shares in a company directly from shareholders at a price well in excess of its market value. The empty head and pure heart test is governed by Rule 14e-3b.
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