If you just followed the insiders (Nader, Beshar, Stratemeier) and bought shares when they bought tens of thousands of shares on the open market at $5.36 in November 2011 you would be looking at over a 750% gain in less than 3 1/2 years. Not too shabby. Definitely would pay for your kids college or early retirement in the cheaper parts of the country. There's really only one reason they would do this since they already receive tens of thousands of options as part of their compensation. I would like to think they were trying to tell the little guy this was the time to buy.
Gotta love Leggie. I bought this stock in the low teens inside my Roth IRA when the insiders bought on the open market a few years ago. I figured they would know best when the stock was on sale. It appears they were right on the mark. The commission for buying the stock was $5 and I have it in DRIP so the dividends go toward buying even more stock. Beats paying fees to mutual funds whose overpaid managers can't even beat the SP500. And since it's in a Roth, Uncle Sam isn't getting a cent when I sell (if I ever do).
I did the same thing. It's been a great investment. I like these under the radar, well-run companies that pay a nice dividend. And the rise in share price isn't too shabby either. Don't tell anybody about it.