maddogs Saturday, 06/04/11 06:55:54 AM Re: MrG post# 56 Post # of 74 Float is way too flex able a word for me.. not trying to be pretentious, but having said.. The closest o/s ref is 187 mill., on what I see in charting from 1994 and volume bars, if a question involving float is referring to active trades of o/s, little has traded. When this happens I always figure worst case(safe side- max float-extended from whomever was the "AXE"/underwriter/Angels ect ect.. into mainstream) Count the volume. This method doesn't take into account insiders or Brokerages intents on holding obviously.. just what has traded.. in the issue..under the symbol..as listed. The strength of what I've discussed before, relies on the fundamentals of, speculation on intent the individual companies each have revs Two are U.S., one @ standard best practice solution, One is cutting edge approach (Pico switch) Third low cost mass supply If the three companies don't realize together they are worth far more in a public capitalized market.. than separately, well,, it's not my fault. JMO, a R/M followed by R/S 1:6 followed by uplist, followed in a year with incremental shelfs = 100-150 mill cap. Won't be my fault if the company employed insiders cannot see they would have 25%-50% of this cap converted to their own wealth.