The stock has come down enough to raise the dividend yield above 11%, and the lower price has even attracted multiple insiders into buying shares last month. On May 16, 2012, Elias Sabo, a partner at the firm, purchased 25,000 shares in a transaction valued at $309,750, and just a couple days before, he bought another 25,000 shares. Compass invests in other companies and it pays out some of the profits to shareholders. It owns a portfolio of companies that includes Camelbak, Staff Mark, Liberty Safe, Ergo Baby Carrier, etc. Insider buying could be a sign that the shares are undervalued, especially considering the generous yield.