SOURCE: Mentor Capital, Inc.
SAN DIEGO, CA--(Marketwired - Feb 25, 2014) - Mentor Capital, Inc. (OTC Pink: MNTR) announces that BuyIns.Net has uncovered that Shorts have sold 5.5 Million of the 2.2 Million (sic.) Mentor Capital, Inc. shares in the float and available to trade. In response to this situation, Mentor Capital Inc.'s CEO, Chet Billingsley comments, "For 2014 we retained BuyIns.Net, who monitors all stock trades for illegal short selling activity, soon after 50% of our float suspiciously traded in two hours." According to his web site, BuyIns.Net founder, Tom Ronk, entered into a business partnership with former SEC Chairman, Harvey Pitt. They spearheaded the passage of Regulation SHO that, if followed, helps safeguard public companies from these sorts of short selling issues.
The striking day-by-day report of Mentor Capital, Inc short selling data can be found at:
The overall short sale analysis can be found at:
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