$TRIRF Looks like most institutions had to sell TRIT in Q1. Look at all the 100% sell outs. And if the highest trading price in Q1 was 2.59, that means most institutions cannot hold anything trading on the pink sheets and must have had to let TRIRF go as soon as it was delisted from the NASDAQ. Most holding Triterras into Q1 didn't have the minimum $5/share investment mandate. OTCQX is not pink sheets so perhaps many institutions may be able to buy in eventually. fintel.io/sos/us/trit
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@FlashFrozenSushi I suspect that there are explicit rules many of these institutions have against holding a delisted stock. I believe that TRIT still holds that status, even if being traded on the pink sheets. That would mean that they might have been forced to sell and also no longer consider themselves in the market. But even so, TRIT has not yet earned status back on *any* formal exchange. It is where it is because they failed to retain that status. My suspicion, and it is just that the size of the market for TRIT shares will skyrocket once any trading forum has given their blessing. Once on OTCQX and again when they get to the Nasdaq. Every ratio shows this thing as being massively undervalued, but there's no open market yet, so the big guys can only order shares in a trickle, which isn't worth it to them. TBH, I think that once this gets market blessings as to its soundness that the share price is going to *skyrocket* compared to now.
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