Yup, first they give shareholders 1 share for every 4 owned then they sell 10 million shares. No one can predict what will occur with the price after that but it is a lot easier for a $7.50--$8.00 stock to go down a bit that for a stable $1.80 stock to drop. I once saw a 1 for 10 reverse that put the new shares at $20.00 drop 90%. Other times saw shares increase because it was a lot easier to compare to other companies and the shares seemed undervalued. I would compare this post split to a company like MHR and see how that looks.