SEC filings are incredibly valuable to investors, because the SEC reviews them and writes back - then posts it on their website. (Check out MNRK's SEC filings for 2010.) I don't think HBKS would deregister unless they plan to sell the bank. You can stay at even keel without an SEC registration, but you can't really get any new investors without an SEC registration.
I'm reviewing and documenting all of your highly suspect posts over at MNRK (and other boards)..........Page after page of garbage, scare tactics, poor advice, accusations about MNRK management, empty suspicions, etc.......
Just one of MANY examples, only a week ago....."this will probably rollover ... then headed back to early 2009 levels; $3.79 ... YIKES!"
This is my last time communication with you.....You have been made aware/warned.