chainma1l Tuesday, 12/18/18 03:55:36 PM Re: Pennyes post# 21118 Post # of 21131 Zero. No. According to their latest filing, only 13.67% of shares are in the hands of the public. The very few other owners of 86.23% would be smart to buy the 13.67% and make the organization private. They will see a greater and earlier return on their money that way if the company is profitable. They used gullible buyers for 10+ years to fund the company, then reverse split most of those shares away, now they can grab the rest for very little. Unfortunate, but I think the company would be fine with that given their history.