Friday evening when no one was supposed to pay attention, Google announced that Executive Chairman Eric Schmidt would sell 3.2 million of his shares in 2013, after having already sold 1.8 million in 2012—suddenly dumping 53% of his Google shares, though he’d sold practically nothing from 2008 through 2011. Google’s stated reasons don’t make sense. And he isn’t alone. Other Executives are also dumping their stock in their companies. Did they get actionable information from the Fed?