look at the form 4's filed over the last 2 years...yellowjacket has historically sold a lot more shares than they are selling now (keep in mind they are insiders and only have certain windows during which they can sell)...at prices ranging from $3-5. so first, i wouldnt say insiders always sell at the top, their avg price over last 2 years is somewhere in $4 range. and second, they are actually slowing down their sales...could it be they expect higher prices in future? i would think if they really thought this was a house of cards, you'd see sale amounts INCREASE as stock went up, getting out as fast as they can...not DECREASE, unless they too are bumpkins and bagholders and whatever high finance terms you idiots use.
there are other reasons why llp's sell stock...you guys should do your own DD