fine tune the preferred, class A, etc., there will undoubtedly be a dilution, hopefully to a lesser extent as I have heard directly.
is this the point of interest in all the talk of the positioning of the stock? Seems for most the answer is yes.
Hard to tell how it may break down, news coming may make a difference, albeit we are so under any radar that it is hard to guess.
Management is fully aware of the need for liquidity. I do believe that Dr. Cauwenbergh has a strong interest in progessing this company. The fact that he progresses this company on time and below budget still intrigues me. He is no a young man, but has a history of successes. His current mission with his staff along with Dr. Mello and his friend Dr. Frost is his primary interest IMHO. Not a young man, RXI's success will be the finale of an accomplished career.
Never underestimate the human element........
So, my question, over and above all the stock talk is; can RXI-109 make it? If so, some dilution will not matter to a great degree, and I honestly believe our CEO is totally dedicated to this result.
Who would be invested here otherwise? good luck All