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Security Symbol Fifth Character Identifiers
All security symbols on the OTC Bulletin Board® are either four or five letters long. A fifth letter means the security is something other than an issue of common or capital stock.
Listed below are the fifth letter identifiers and a description of what each represents:
Delinquent in required SEC filings
Foreign securities, except ADRs
G, H, & I
Additional warrants or preferreds
Miscellaneous situations, such as stubs, depositary receipts, second units, or additional warrants or preferred
Fourth preferred, same company
Third preferred, same company
Second preferred, same company
First preferred issue
Bankruptcy - involved in bankruptcy proceedings
Shares of beneficial interest
When-issued and when-distributed
ADR (American Depositary Receipts)
Miscellaneous situations, such as stubs, depositary receipts, limited partnership units, or additional warrants or units
a-Signals between MMs...
100 > I need shares
200 > I need shares badly but dont take it down to get em
300 > Take the price down to get shares....
400 > Trade it sideways based on Supply and Demand
500 > Gap one way or the other, usually to the direction
of the 500 trade. Sometimes -if in the middle -keep the price right where it is.
List of Stock Terms
OTC Market Tiers
The OTC market is made up of many different types of companies, ranging from OTCQX companies that strive to be worthy of investor consideration to economically distressed companies to speculative shell companies. The below chart explains the different OTC market tiers.
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