Martin Williams has lots of money to throw around. He plays big and he loses big. He likes tech companies that are down on their luck. Sometimes he wins, but if you check, the bulk of the big bets he's made have gone down.
Tell me why officers aren't buying lots of shares? Tell me why the number of shares owned by officers is negligible?
Martin Williams is a large shareholder, nothing more. His information is no better than what any other shareholder can find.
You show me the CEO or CFO pulling money out of their pockets to purchase 5,000 or 10,000 shares and then I'll start to be interested. Stehlin buying 1000 shares doesn't do it for me.