And if they do, does it occur with any frequency that you could calculate the possible (non-zero) worth of your stocks if such an event were to occur?


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Typically if the company is so out of whack that it's liquidating, it won't have assets to even cover all its debts never mind enough to return anything back to owners. If there was any shot of the company continuing as an ongoing concern it would file an 11 and reorganize.

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