It has been a week and nobody seems to have noticed (except perhaps in the general terms associated with the the recent Seeking Alpha article). A RAS executive, Raphael Licht, bought roughly 5000 shares at an average price of about $7.75 last week. I suspect he knows something today's sellers haven't caught on to.
Don't make to much out of this buy, there is an unwritten rule that insiders and board members own stock at certain levels. It use to be written but with the stock price drop a couple of years ago, it may have been taken out of the bylaws.
Don't make too little of it. The buyer already has over 90K shares. Here he's added over 6% to his holdings, and in his kids accounts, where people generally try to make strong long term investments that can do things like pay for college.
The buy was reported on 6/4, but was made on 5/31. I don't see a 1292 share buy in the mix. Five distinct purchases are documented with prices ranging from $5.7466 to $5.75. The purchases are for, respectively, 1379, 1479, 933, 1033, and 1479 shares. The total number of share purchases is 6303 shares. All were purchased for custodial accounts in the name of his child/children.