See all posts by Edward Sheldon, CFA 11 May, Citigroup, target price lowered to 110p from 120p I see this activity as a bearish signal. In my view, it’s not a good sign that multiple brokers are downgrading their price targets for BT shares.I’ll also point out that analysts have lowered their earnings forecasts both for this year and next year quite significantly over the last few months. For example, over the last three months, the consensus earnings per share forecast for this year has fallen nearly 15%.Again, I see that as quite bearish. This kind of sentiment towards the share price and near-term earnings could hold the stock back, in my view.Insiders are loading up on BT.A sharesIt’s not all bearish news though. If we look at what company insiders at BT have been doing recently, in terms of buying and selling shares, the case for BT looks more promising.Since mid-May, seven board members at BT Group, including CEO Philip Jansen and chairman Jan Du Plessis, have purchased BT shares. And some of these purchases have been very substantial too.For example, Jansen’s purchase of 1.834m shares on 13 May cost him over £2m. Meanwhile, Du Plessis’ purchase of 500,000 shares on the same day, cost the chairman £530,000. These two purchases increased their personal holdings by 53% and 166% respectively.I see that kind of insider buying activity as quite bullish. The fact that these top-level insiders are willing to spend that kind of money on shares suggests they’re confident about the future and believe the FTSE 100 stock is undervalued.Would I buy BT today?Would I buy BT shares today in light of these developments? Weighing everything up, the answer’s no. The fact that insiders are buying is encouraging. However, I think the company still has a long way to go, in terms of turning things around.All things considered, I think there are much better stocks to buy right now. Tempted by BT’s share price? 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