Revenue and earnings are bright spots for Bridgepoint. Bridgepoint is on the honor roll with revenue quickly nearing $1 billion dollars annually, an improvement of 9.2% over last year. Based on revenue and an apocalyptic future price-to-earnings ratio of 5, it appears the selloff is beyond reasonable and likely short-lived. The industry-wide earnings ratio is estimated at near 20, with Apollo, DeVry and Corinthian near 10. Corinthian missed by a penny on May 3 when it reported quarterly earnings of 15 cents a share. Apollo reported $1.20 in earnings on June 25, beating estimates by 23 cents. Bridgepoint's next earnings release is scheduled for August 7. Two days later, DeVry reports, and we should have a very good idea of what to expect. As a result, expect increased volatility for DeVry through earnings. Insiders hold an abundance of shares and didn't sell enough in the previous six months to develop a clear bias. I like to see management and investors interests aligned. With Bridgepoint, I can say that's the case.