Jim Cramer doesn't often follow other investors into stocks. But there are exceptions.
And perhaps the most noteworthy exception is when Cramer sees meaningful insider buying.
That's not to say Cramer advocates following insiders all the time. He doesn't. In fact most of the time he says ignore them. "Sometimes insiders buying their stock because they want to give the impression of confidence. Other times they just want to create an illusion that they're doing better than they really are," Cramer said.
However, there are two circumstances when insider buying suggests to Cramer the stock could go a lot higher.
Insider Buying at 52-Week High
"If you see insiders buying their stock when it's at its fifty-two week high, that is a clear sign to me that I want in," Cramer said.