loanranger Monday, 07/23/18 03:20:58 PM Re: chemist72 post# 40875 Post # of 45677 "Does Fife have to file a 13-G every time he receives new SIGO shares?? " No. re: 13G/A 1.Unless he breaks the 10% mark we won't see another filing from him until 45 days after year end and that's only if his position changes by more than 1% of the outstanding. 2. If he breaks below 5% he can file a 13G/A within 10 days he and wouldn't have to file again unless he broke back above 5%. Check back to the link provided earlier and snoop around...the rules re Form 13G filings are in there. BTW, I hate to have to bring it up again so quickly but everyone is assuming that the shares in today's filing are note conversions....they could be warrant exercises. But can it core A apple? Yes Ralph, of course it can core A apple.