I've heard that some institutions (mutual funds, etc.) "aren't allowed" to continue holding stocks that are trading under $5. I've heard this talked about quite a bit, and was wondering if there was any truth to it. I know there are different types of funds, but let's say we have a big cap fund that was holding SUNW all the way down; if it hits $5, would they start to look at dumping it? I've just noticed lately that once a stock hits $5, the selling seems to really start accelerating, even more so than before, and was wondering if there was any truth at all buried somewhere at this. Thanks.