Shareholders of suspended stocks should study many other SEC Suspensions to learn what the likely outcomes are for the newly suspended stock. STUDY, STUDY, STUDY to know what to expect when the Suspension ends in exactly ten market days and the stock is reinstated
for trading on the Grey Sheets.
Open up each post on this thread to see the outcomes for each Suspension. Free memberships do not need the search function. Just scroll through the few hundred posts and open up any post desired.
Then go to the stocks I-HUB message board to understand the magnitude of misinformation written by too many I-Hubbers. Read posts before the Suspension, then the misinformed posts during the Suspension, then read the posts after the Suspension when reality sets in for those who were told that 'their' stock would survive the Suspension and that everything will be OK. STUDY as many stocks as possible!!!!!
If a particular stock has fka
in front of the ticker it means the stock was revoked, and fka
means formally known as
because the ticker no longer exists. The company may still exist but would NOT be a public company anymore.
This board includes Suspensions, SEC Admin Proceedings that often accompany an SEC Suspension, SEC Litigations against previously Suspended stocks where the SEC made "allegations" in the original Suspension, SEC Admin Proceedings and / or Admin Law Judge rulings that revoke the Registrations of stocks for specified reasons. This board comprises ALL Suspended stocks and subsequent Proceedings beginning at January, 2010.
Readers can expand their studies by clicking the following links that shows all SEC actions dating back decades.
SEC Suspensions: http://www.sec.gov/litigation/suspensions.shtml
SEC Administrative Proceedings: http://www.sec.gov/litigation/admin.shtml
SEC Litigations: http://www.sec.gov/litigation/litreleases.shtml
Administrative LAW Judge Initial Decisions: http://www.sec.gov/alj/aljdec.shtml
Administrative Law Judge ORDERS: *** many revocations are listed under this link, but some revocations are also (or only) listed under SEC Administrative Proceedings. http://www.sec.gov/alj/aljorders.shtml