stockboy Tuesday, 11/10/20 04:35:26 PM Re: Dakota1500 post# 1918 Post # of 1975 You might want to check. Before or after split, it looks as if you qualify for potential "insider trading info". That's why the rule's there I'd guess. Not filing would seem to leave a chance of issues, if found out. Ask the company corporate secretary or the president. Got this off the net. Just know whether you do or don't is your call. Means nothing to me. Just sharing a heads up. 5% Owner means a Participant who (i) owns more than 5% of the outstanding stock (or owns stock possessing more than 5% of the total combined voting power of all classes of stock) of the Company (or any Affiliated Company), if the Company (or the Affiliated Company, whichever applies) is a corporation. When a person or group of persons acquire a significant ownership stake in a company, characterized as more than 5% of a voting class of its publicly traded securities, the SEC requires that they disclose the purchase on a Schedule 13D form.