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Commonly asked dilution question from our users.
What does the note at the top of the O/S chart mean?
How do I know if the company can offer?
A company has a high dilution risk rating, why did the stock still go up?
How do I interpret the O/S chart?
How are reverse splits being tracked?
Why does the cash and cash burn not match 10K / 10Q on BAMSEC / Finviz
How is your float calculated?
Why is your info sometimes different than other sources?
How is the data updated?
Why are some companies over $150m market cap in the coverage while some are not?
Why would a company offer through form S-1 instead of a shelf S-3?
What does size undisclosed mean for S-1 offerings?
If a company has a S-1 offering "in progress", when can it offer?
What offerings are counted towards amount issued while under baby shelf?
Why does the site show a company is not under baby shelf but the float value is less than $75m?
Why does the fully diluted O/S chart not show amount issuable through shelf?
Why is the available shelf capacity lower than the total capacity while no deals have been completed?
At what discount do funds buy shares through an equity line of credit?
Do warrants need to be registered before they can be exercised and sold?
What is price protection on warrants and how does it affect stock prices?
How do you track warrant exercises?
How long does a company need to wait before they get approval for an ATM?
Does an ATM need to have a registered shelf for it to be usable?
What does the assumed public offering price mean in SEC filings?
What exactly is a form S-1 and how many times can it be used?
When does a company receive EFFECT?
How do I enable email and SMS alerts?