$GHSI You have to worry about reverse splits because of their nature. For example, if you own 900 shares, and there is a rs 1 for 30 you now own 30 shares. At a share price of $.30 each before the split, your new share price on the 30 shares you own is $9.00 each. It is, essentially, fewer shares worth a correspondingly equal increase in share value. Which would you rather have 900 shares at $.30, or 30 shares at $9.00, as the company grows. Shorts like reverse splits. There's more room to short a $9.00 per share stock, than a $.30 stock. Okay, so now let's factor in increasing the number of outstanding shares (dilution). See where I'm going? Just my opinion.