@Cheesetoast LODE did drop a bit before it hit the 6-7 range, but those naysayers seem to be a little off on how much of an impact this r/s will have. Now, after the r/s LODE will be around .33 a share. Reverse splits seems to have more sellers than buyers, so a slight drop may happen quickly, like just under .30. They question is, what happens next? If it holds that price into next week, or even recovers back over .30, that would indicate that the sellers due to the r/s have filtered out. If it drops below .25 it means that the sellers are still present. Until the r/s crowd has been exhausted, a real recovery won't happen UNLESS there is a catalyst. I'm not expecting a catalyst before mid December, if we get one at all.