Here's the point... the only insider purchases were 6 months ago, at the IPO, and at prices 80% BELOW current levels. Insiders know the company prospects better than anyone. Why have there been ZERO insider purchases since IPO? Does the stock warrant a 27% increase in 2 days or is the spike a combination of speculation/manipulation?
By the way, company officers are not allowed to unload shares until 6 months after an IPO which occurs in the next few days. Hmmm... Timing seems coincidental. I wonder if there will be any sellers soon?
Thank you for highlighting the point that insiders are uninterested in buying at the current artificially inflated prices. There have been no insider purchases beyond November 2005 and none in the 30's or even in the high 20's. That provides clear, compelling, and sufficient, evidence of company officer stock valuation perceptions.