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Haven't read your links, but looked at Scottrade data... if I'm reading it right,all insider buying in May and June of this year was of the "exercise stock option" other words, instant "paper profit" for the purchasers.....and in some cases, they sold right away for real profits.....not too encouraging.

Insider share purchase prices for May and June ranged from the largest chunk for the CEO ( 100,000 shares ) at $2.81 to a high of $5.30 for one of the directors......just a bit more dilution against the backdrop of a decling stock price.

Wish I could buy at those prices! ;-)

I just had a look at the SEC site... these purchases look to be actual purchases, though not huge ones. Link is below:

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