"Fife sells little by little each day, not enough to move the price, but enough to keep it from moving."
This was the statement from 5%er to which I was replying.
I, and you as you have stated, do not see the thing occurring that 5%er described.
"Shares are usually dumped after price rise due to big PR or anticipation of trial results." As you said, shares aren't trickled out by a guy like Fife.
I do find your next statement exceptional. "I also noticed the number of outstanding shares increase during these periods.... a year and half or so ago there were 431 million shares now 617 almost a 1/3 dilution in a short amount of time... "
As you state roughly a difference of 186 million shares if true. At today's closing price that would be worth exactly?...$368 million.
If you're just catching up...a little less potentially "non-dilutive" than buying out Bruce at IncellDX.