Execs are acquiring shares but not selling! That is great news. Because of tax law (taxable income = fair market value - acquisition cost), it is in their best interest to acquire the shares when they think the fair market value is a low as it will go. This is equivalent to insider buying.
These insiders are putting out money (.17/sh) to take ownership of the stock instead of outright sell. Their gains on the excesized price will be ordinary income. I think that they are taking advantage of the depressed stock price to minimize the income TAX while they can have a chance (risk!) to win big if the stock goes back to $100, IMO.