Take a Pass on ExamWorks

Richard Perlman, the executive chairman of ExamWorks (EXAM), bought more than 14,000 shares of the company's stock in early March through his Roth IRA, at prices between $14 and $14.50 per share.

ExamWorks provides independent medical examinations (used by customers to verify insurance claims) and reviews of patient medical records and medical bills. A rally on March 4 brought the stock price above $15, and the stock is now up 7% year to date. The share price had barely budged after the company's late-February quarterly report in which it beat analyst expectations, and perhaps Perlman took this as an opportunity to invest in the company. Insider purchases are generally regarded as bullish signals, because the benefits of diversification make insider purchases irrational unless the insider is particularly confident in the company....495 more words left in this article. To read them, just click below and try Real Money FREE for 14 days.

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