I agree, insiders are buying this puppy. Pull up a monthly chart of Radio Shack, what do you see ? swelling of volume & what has price done by the month ? not a thing. If all that volume was selling, the low would fall. There is no down progress. The spreads are narrow, only professionals can do this as they by repeated which compresses the price bar, that is they are buying everything they can get there hands on. If this was not the case, the low would drop. If a investor was selling to value seekers then there offers would be so great, price would drop, the spreads would widen. If a spread widens, it means as the orders come in, price is pushed down as most offers were not picked up & if it widens & investors are buying, it means the smart money are buying in phases & not buying everything that come in or there is to much for them to pick up which pushes the spread from average to wide. In any case, from 2007 - 2013 insiders have been buying radio shack & the supply is so light now suggested by the narrow spreads, there just isn't much left or they have much better control in there buying. The best stocks to buy must show 3 things (1) leadership, (2) relative strength, (3) comparative strength. Leadership is how price behaves, does sponsors have control over there instrument or does it appear to work hard ? If hard then you are getting mixed messages such as some investors with bullish views & some with bearish views & the majority of investors tend to not work together. When investors have control, the majority investors in that instrument work together which means they have the same views. Control in the key, relative strength shows there is buying or selling while leadership shows it's success or failures, comparative strength is how well the instrument stacks up to other stocks that also show leadership. When you have all 3, your decision is final.. all that's left is timing. It does not matter what the stock is doing right now or last week. When you have leadership, relative strength, comparative strength nothing matters from that point.. you know what stock you wish to trade, you know where it stands & do not care if it is rising or falling this day, week or how it performs & you do not care what professionals are doing for the short term. All you know is you have the 3 elements & thats all you need to make a decision. The news, hyper moves, short swings are deigned to trick you, play with emotions. Look for the 3 elements above, do not use indicators & judge the stocks by it's own actions.