Somebody help me with this math: Newland held on 12/31 2009 1,298975 FREE shares and on 4/30/2010 had 1,603,768 shares, a gain of 304,793 shares. Between those dates I can only find a total of 189,753 total shares traded for a variance of 115,040 shares unaccounted for. The real question is why are we all giving a Goldman Sach unit these shares? Lets raise our sell prices!
Just a thought. Usually holders have to file when they become a 5%+ holder or are no longer a 5%+ holder. It looks like the most recent purchase put them above the 5% mark. At 12/31/2009 they were not a 5% holder. So, in theory, any activity between 12/31/2009 and 4/1/2010 that was still under the 5% mark would have no filings. Now that they are above 5%, all activity will have a filing until they are no longer a 5% holder.
I understand that. My point is during that period they acquired around 2X of all the recorded shares traded during the period.!? Someone wanted to know who was stealing shares and the answer is Goldman Sach's unit Newland in the Cayman Islands. Don't give shares to tem so cheap!