foxwoodsfan Thursday, 04/13/17 12:38:28 PM Re: None Post # of 724 Here's some insight I got back in February when this dilution was first announced. This is from lowtrade (check his iHub board): There is a lot involved with something like this. There are basically 2 schools of thought, short term. 1. Retail will buy up the price because 20% of the OS being added is valued above todays price. 2. Retail will sell out because of the 20% dilution. Now comes the variables for long term; Will the cash raised empower the company growth desired? Management performance is the main gauge for this. Seen in the EPS Y over Y, gross vs. profit margins, and institutional ownership @ at least 30%, should be over 50%. A strong/good management can manage the cash to produce results financially! Not a bad long investment. Weak management and odds are long term goals will not be achieved. Not a good long term investment. I can't get the needed info for a personal evaluation at Finviz. No listing for EMX or the old symbol EMXX? But short term it's 50/50 up or down and long it's all in managements history of performance. Institutional would show if the big guys like management or not. With the size of their holding. And if big guys are ok with management, little guys should also. IMO 50% or better is a must for a long position with any stock.