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  1. What is a "pink sheet" in the context of an OTC (over-the-counter) transaction?

    Read about pink sheets, the electronically driven over-the-counter market in which broker-dealers connect to trade the stock ...
  2. I own shares of a company that just received a delisting notice from Nasdaq. Does ...

    Let's start by walking through the reasons for listing requirements and what happens when a company's stock is delisted from ...
  3. What is a boiler room operation?

    In the context of investing, the term "boiler room operation" refers to the use of high pressure sales tactics to sell stocks ...
  4. What does it mean when a stock trades on the Pink Sheets or the OTCBB?

    The stocks of well-known companies such as General Electric and Microsoft trade on major exchanges such as the New York Stock ...
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