jack, that was a con. Stick with what you know about IMX, its many foreign agents, and its partnership with OSIS. HISC has one protected territory for the QS in Lebanon. Maybe more turf if they deliver? They have no patents nor own any other technology. Their CyberTracker is in "pre-sales" based on a CG sketch and a list of licensed integrable technologies from third parties. There is considerable competition in tracking and EDS by real players. They have an ex-Bush bureaucrat on their advisory board--just as IMX and the rest have their lobbyists and advisors. When people shout and rave and hype something this much, there has to be a short term agenda. There's $ to be made trading it but I wouldn't recommend getting in unless you can watch it all day. Treat it like a casino and only bet what you can afford to lose. End of Sermon.