Questions tagged [pink-sheets]

Pink Sheets is the common name for the trading of stocks over-the-counter (OTC) and separate from one of the major exchanges such as the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE).

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What is happening in this scenario?

There is an OTC company that has very low trading volume. Today from the “trade page” it shows that 20,000 Shares were sold but in the buyers column it shows zero amount of shares bought, the stock is ...
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Where can I find filings for OTC stocks?

If a US stock is traded on a major exchange, its filings can be found at https://www.sec.gov/edgar/searchedgar/legacy/companysearch.html Is there a place where I can find filings done by stocks on ...
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Can non-accredited investor remain as a shareholder in private company?

In the US one has to be accredited investor to buy stock in a private company. However, does one still need to be accredited investor in case a public company goes private (i.e. get delisted from ...
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How can I trade in “OTC” stocks?

Where do you buy "OTC" stocks? I may be naive but OTC means over the counter. I am confused as to where to purchase such stocks?
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OTC Markets, OTCBB & NASDAQ Level 2

Does NASDAQ Level 2 or NASDAQ Total View support OTCBB stocks or only stocks listed on national exchanges?
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Do the rewards of custom contract size in OTC derivatives justify the counterparty risk?

If I decide to trade OTC derivatives, I take on counterparty risk. Since the transaction is not overseen by a clearing house/firm, I accept the risk that the counterparty may not honour the obligation....
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What happens when a company stops trading? (pink sheets)

I've inherited many shares in a company traded on the pink sheets. Its market cap is lower than its assets. Many assets of its assets are quite boring (bonds). It does not carry debt. Because no ...
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When I sell an OTC stock, do I have to check the volume of my sale in order to avoid an NSCC illiquid charge?

The National Securities Clearing Corporation will charge an illiquid fee if the buy side exceeds 5 million shares or if the sell side exceeds 10% of the 20 day average volume. When I buy an OTC stock, ...
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Can you buy out a pink sheet listed company by purchasing all of the oustanding shares?

If you buy out all the outstanding shares of a pink sheet listed company, do you control the company (much like when an NYSE-listed stock is bought out)?
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How can OTC scams affect you?

I learned a hard lesson today, and fortunately it wasn't that bad. I invested a few thousand dollars in a penny stock carelessly (via ETRADE, with the intention of doing a short term trade, or a day ...
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What are my options for dealing with stock from a bankrupt company?

I hold some shares of a company in a discount broker account that has recently declared bankruptcy to allow for reorganization and is trading on the Pink Sheets, what are my options for dealing shares?...
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ADR listed in PINK

I am interested to invest in Tesco. It will be easier for me to invest through US stock market instead of UK. I was wondering, is it correct for me to buy ADR TSCDY listed in PINK? As I recently ...
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I'm in the U.S. What are vehicles to invest in international stocks?

I'm interested in investing in companies that are trading in Thailand, Malaysia, Norway. I am in U.S. and have a Scottrade account. I know that some of the companies don't trade on U.S. stock ...
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What does pink-sheet mean related to stocks?

I see the term pink-sheet mentioned a lot in context of stocks. What does it mean?