buckdawg Thursday, 08/13/20 09:43:36 AM Re: None Post # of 2392 info on SEC web site not quite understanding this since TD Ameritrade has a bid/ask posted and i trade every day Will trading automatically resume after ten days? It depends on the market where the stock trades. Different rules apply in different markets. For stocks that are quoted in the OTC market (e.g. stocks quoted on DBOT ATS, Global OTC ATS, and OTC Link ATS, among other venues), quoting does not automatically resume when a ten-day suspension ends. Before OTC stock quoting can resume after a suspension period, SEC regulations require a broker-dealer to review specific information about the company in accordance with Exchange Act Rule 15c2-11 and FINRA Rule 6432. If a broker-dealer does not have confidence that a company's financial statements are reasonably current and accurate in all material respects, especially in light of the questions that may have been raised by the SEC suspension action, then a broker-dealer may not publish a quote for the company's stock. The OTC markets function through dealer systems where only broker-dealers may quote and facilitate trading in OTC stocks. In contrast to stocks that trade in the OTC market, stocks that trade on an exchange resume trading as soon as an SEC trading suspension ends.