Hey Mr. Huennekens, Are you listening? Wall Street knows that if management doesn't believe in their own BS, they won't either. I've seen good companies destroyed by insider selling. Look at Qualcomm & Gilead. These companies have gone nowhere (or down) because of insider greed. Cardiodynamics is another example. Insiders kept selling the stock until the company was finally sold for $10 mil. If you care about Volcano Corp (well...maybe a little bit) just do some open market buying & stop unloading shares. It's amazing what this will do for both stock price & your personal credibility with the financial community. Respectfully,
You just can't control insider selling and it seems to often happen with small cap co's . The one thing you can do is sell right along with them. They set the bar so a smart investor sells right along with them.
I don't think you should worry about this at all. Nearly all of this is related to options selling. Most officers have either restricted stock or have options that vest over time and must be exercised by certain dates. If you click his name, you will see his shares are only 33,000. That's because most of his holdings are tied to options. As they vest and get close to expiration, he'll exercise.