You really should read the content before you post that link, ya know. It actually says that is a prediction that is subject to change based on the company's actual announcement; in other words, it's not definite, and pretty much meaningless
IBD has an article out today. Excerpt below:
"Toro Investment Partners, a California-based investment firm that holds a 5% stake in NQ Mobile, sees a strong future in the stock. The investment partnership says the short-selling effort has essentially weeded out a lot of short-term holders.
By Toro's analysis, about 74% of NQ's stock float is with institutional holders that "are not trading their shares, which makes the actively traded float around 8 million."
"With the 74%+ reduction of actively traded float, NQ has quickly become one of the most dangerous stocks to short on the entire NYSE," Toro wrote in a blog post."