As I said long-term I think it is very good. One other thing that I forgot to mention in my last post is that a secondary also shows that the management of the company has faith. Just like a stock split shows that a company thinks that they can increase shareholder value. In regards to your example of $.025 vs. $.04 I think, as I said, that short term players typically don't like the reduction of EPS. But, I actually love it because it encourages people who are longterm investors to buy and hold. But who knows for sure? In this wacky world where AMZN can increase revenues by 155% and decrease earnings by 585% and still be valued over a company that makes money maybe we will end up soaring to extraordinary heights. (An interesting note: if AMZN's numbers actually turn out to be what they're saying it means that for every 100% increase in revenue there is a 400% increase in losses per share. Or every time they double their intake they quadruple their losses. At this rate they'll put themselves out of business in no time! LOL!) But RDWR will never have to worry about being in that position! BUY, HOLD, GET RICH!