Does not mean a shareholders meeting, called by Kaufman or BoD for shorting society here, a bigger demand for giving back shares to the owners, who will be for sure very interested in that, to be there and to vote for the future of their investment in CEDC???
Many of the world's major stock exchanges have a prescribed dilution threshold above which a shareholder vote is required. For example, both the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) and Nasdaq require shareholder approval at or above 20% dilution, while the London Stock Exchange threshold is 25%.
I was hoping, that somebody will continue the thread of buying back shares by "the shorts"...but I see there is no danger among "shorts" facing approaching shareholders meeting...a controlled situation , isn`t ;-)