eddy2 Friday, 01/05/18 12:44:47 PM Re: eddy2 post# 1992 Post # of 1999 How technology exchange works. Garrett goes too Z Lynk and licenses the use of Z Lynk technology. Z Lynk sells the technology based on the sales of the Garret equipment. They come to an agreement and Garret issues equity too Z Lynk. Under that agreement Z Lynk shares of Garret’s could and most likely be restricted from trade until Z Links debt is delt with. Z Lynk will most likely appoint an alias “ alian” to sit on Garrets board. Z Lynk can put up its shares for collateral. If they do this they will recieve a portion of the 10% capital interest. This will be a none controlling amount of useually a 4% royalty from the capital cost. Z lynk interest is an intrinsic one. It is purely based on the payment from Garret that in turns goes into the hands of the debt holders and back too Z Lynk in the way of equity. In other words Z Lynk becomes partners of Garret’s allowing Garret to use the Z Lynk brand for an exchange of ownership. Garret’s expertise is not wireless but it is for Z Lynk. Partner ships are formed all the time. Some maybe become disasters others not all that lucrative but does add a little into the big pot at the end of the day. The biggest thing is it does allow a company to become diversified in its holdings. If Z lynks wireless technology becomes obsolete too Garret’s needs Z Lynk still holds an interest. They can sell or chose to hold the shares of Garret. They can sell Garret shares on the open market by piggy backing there interest. A little capital stock could be part of a much larger corporation. Could Garret short the new issue by being the underwriter to Z Lynk new issue. Well yes they can. They could even sweeten the pot if there so inclined. Think out of the box. Think as if your the CEO. Follow the money.