iaidonline, A great sign to see the insiders buying more shares.
No if they announce a shareholder meeting in the third quarter that will be a signal that things may be starting to turn around for this company.
If buying this a person needs to do it in an IRA account because this is a limited liability company and if your shares are not in an IRA account you will be paying a lot of taxes to uncle sam. With the amount of shares I own I would have had to pay over $50,000 in federal taxes last year. Be carefull.
The bigger question is why is he the only insider buying right now. (Pratt was, bank in the day, part of the tax credit business that Muni Mae bought, but the tax credit business is long gone now, so it would be hard to argue that he has expert knowledge here.)