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Lockup Expirations With a New Twist

By popular demand, we've got some more numbers for you, but they come with a warning.
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I'm back with this week's list of upcoming lockup expirations, this time with a new twist.

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When we first introduced this column, email poured in asking that I include the relative numbers for shares being released from lockup and the current float, or shares outstanding. My trusty sidekick

Mike "The Data Machine" Falbo

got busy, and this week we have those numbers for you. Before you go racing off to trade these stocks, let me offer a couple of caveats about this new data.

The numbers of

released

shares and

outstanding

shares we have listed are our best approximations and come from

Securities and Exchange Commission

filings. Note that these numbers can change at

any

time, subject to

any

number of subsequent events or factors. That having been said, know that we have done our best to provide accurate data for this column. As usual, your comments are welcomed.

Let's take a look:

Ben Holmes is the founder of ipoPros.com, a Boulder, Colo.-based research boutique (now a wholly owned subsidiary of TheStreet.com) specializing in the analysis of equity syndicate offerings. This column is not meant as investment advice; it is instead meant to provide insight into the methods of new and secondary offerings. Neither Holmes nor his firm has entered indications of interest in any of the companies discussed in this column. Holmes' This Week in IPOs column appears Sundays, This Week's Secondaries appears Tuesdays, Upcoming Lockup Expirations appears Wednesdays and The Quiet Period appears on Fridays. Under no circumstances does the information in this column represent a recommendation to buy or sell stocks. Holmes appreciates your feedback at

bholmes@thestreet.com.

As originally published, this story contained a figure that now requires an update. Please see

Corrections and Clarifications.