$SLS $SLS It is indeed a fact that not ALL R/Ss are bad. Problem is, most are. When large caps perform stock splits, their stock prices increase over the course of the following years because their agenda includes a strong financial foothold. But when penny stock companies perform R/Ss, they almost never seem to hold their prices and eventually collapse all over again. Their agenda is different than that of large caps in that their survival relies on those R/Ss. They greatly reduce their outstanding share count and then begin diluting the share price all over again with secondary offers and warrants in order to finance their projects. Of course, this is only true in the absence of any concrete news. Which is almost always. Many of you in dire straits wish it would be different with $SLS this time but the gods and the odds do not favor you.