Could someone please explain what a shelf offering is for in shares or warrants? Does it help a company and hurt shareholders of record? Does it help a company finance projects that are ongoing? Is it dilutive or does it have to be dilutive? Can it be done in a way that enhances shareholder value? Is it done in relationship to purchasing another subsidiary company? Thank you for comments on this subject, Flower
Selling shares in batches rather than all at once. I believe all sales must occur withing 2-3 years for each shelf registration. Companies can do anything the board desires with the revenue raised from the sales. Enhance shareholder value? Like any other funds, it depends on what the company does with the funds. Dilutive? More shares issued. You can do the math.
Well, thank you very much it was nice to see such a timely response. I am glad it can help build a companies revenue. Apparently if it is done in a good way the company can become more growth oriented.