I own some stocks of a company. I read that they are moving from OTC to NYSE. One article I read said that the OTC stock will "be no more". What happens to my stocks? Will they automatically turn into NYSE stocks? Do I need to sell the OTC stocks and then buy NYSE stocks?


When switching exchanges, the company and the stock remain the same.

If the ticker symbol changes, your brokerage firm will provide the new symbol on your trading platform/statement and may contact you as well.

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