Hello, as to the prospects for post R/S HIMR, one should keep in mind there is more than enough dilution potential on it to dilute to another R/S. There are still a lot of C shares (26,280) which could dilute to over 52B shares if the use the conversion rate noted in the Q, but would more likely to over 26B given how they have actually converted it. There are a lot of notes that can convert. Deferred executive compensation that is convertible in the millions and substantially more debt owing to the tigerlynk owners that will likely be converted to convertible debt. The current arrangement with Tigerlynk is merely that HIMR has access and right of first approval - it wouldn't be surprising if a new exclusive arrangement were struck which carried new convertible debt. And so, the trend will be down in the post R/S with some news related countertrends. The people who profit from those countertrends will be diluters and traders who are dispassionate about the business and play it in a very short term way. If it goes back to .0001 I would be interested, but otherwise will probably leave it alone.
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