Portions of Genius Brands International Inc. GNUS, – 11.73% took a morning jump into negative region Thursday, placing them at risk for snapping a 4-day win streak in which they have soared 338%, after the children media organization enrolled the offer of up to 60.1 million portions of stock by selling investors. The enrolled shares incorporate 31.1 million normal offers and 29.0 million offers that can be given if exceptional warrants are worked out, at an activity cost of 21 pennies an offer. The warrants were given to authorize speculators in a private situation on March 17. The organization presently has 96.33 million offers extraordinary, as indicated by FactSet. The organization said it won’t get any returns from the offer of offers. The stock dropped 12.5% to $6.94, preceding an exchanging stop for instability, in the wake of being up as much as 47.9% prior at an intraday high of $11.73. The stock has run up 2,025.6% over the previous month, while the S&P 500 SPX, – 0.33% has increased 10.1%.