Safebrain Systems Inc. ( PINK:SFBR ) may be caring for brain injuries, but the SFBR stock will hardly bring peace of mind for the investors. The stock lost nearly 30% in Monday's trading, immediately following promotional mails, with very large volume selling despite the lack of activity in previous days. While the company is touted as safe with only 10 million shares of free float, the actual numbers show that more than 52 million shares are outstanding, waiting in the hands of investors to flood the market any minute. Combined with promotional emails, this scheme shows high risk for dumping and loss of investment in hours. Safebrain Systems Inc. produces special sensors, mounted on athletes' helmets and other head gear and measuring impact forces, warning if the force was large enough to cause concussion trauma. Traumatic brain injury is a hot area of research as even smaller forces may signify a problem. The company has the following financial resources to run this mix of research and marketing: $3651 cash $1.02 million total liabilities $822,848 net loss 52 million shares outstanding $55,190 income The brain safety business is a late addition to the SFBR portfolio, dating back to this summer. Before, the group existed as Averon Energy Corp. and Modena I Inc., with entirely different activities, and Modena admitting its incorporation had the sole aim of providing foreign companies with a way to become public on American exchanges. SFBR switched names and tickers when the smaller company was bought by Chinese-based Averon Energy Corp. The complicated back story and the low volume of real business suggest the hype may be more than necessary. But this is no wonder with the track record of pumper Monster Trading Alerts . One of its touted offers, Domark International Inc. ( PINK:DOMK ) shows in its graph a clear pattern of selling, following the sudden interest in the stock offer. It is best to test for yourself the solidity of the business before buying the hype of Monster Trading Alerts.