No. Because you are phrasing things in a way where they could be ercieved as problems. It's called SPIN. You are looking at certain things for this company and making them into "problems". They aren't as time will show. Companies in financial trouble don;t use cash to buyback shares. Insider buying is not a way to value company. Insiders are not required to buy shares of the company they work for. So basically all your questions are SPINNING non-issues into issues. But I know what you are doing and calling you out so others know. All that matters at the end of the day in any business is are you profitable and is there a chance you are going to grow and be more profitable. Along the way, certain things will not look great such as inventory and cash flow. ut at the end of the year, if you make more oney than the previous year and you forecast even more profit 2 years out, inventory doesn;t matter and neither does the current cash flow as it will fix itself due to the comany making more money. You're questions are ridiculous. They have roven to be a non-issue for many fast growing companies in the past.