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So that makes over 121 million shares becoming eligible for sale this week.

I'm not sure this is right. If I recall correctly, RHAT's IPO of 6 million shares was only about 10% of their total market cap, so they were holding on to roughly 60 million shares. Those are now 120 million shares, after the split. And, if I read the IPO prospectus correctly, this lockup expiry frees up only 50% of those shares (with more being freed later this year), so the impact on the market should only be roughly 60 million shares. (Plus insiders have limited trading rights, based on average market volumes.)

Someone tell me if I'm wrong on this one...
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