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Why do investors routinely avoid small cap stocks when they are the easiest to analyze?

It is far easier to analyze a business consisting of one factory than a mega cap multinational diversified industrial conglomerate. Is it? If the business consists only of one factory, you have to ...
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Which should I buy: F shares or ADRs?

Looking at the volume answers your question, "which one do people usually buy"- the Y shares. They tend to have more liquidity, and more information is available about the stock since it is ...
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Can non-accredited investor remain as a shareholder in private company?

No, they cannot force you to sell simply because of your status. When companies go private though, they frequently invoke "drag along" clauses in shareholder agreements which may specify that in the ...
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How can I trade in "OTC" stocks?

Over The (dealer's) Counter [OTC] instruments, which includes shares, can only be bought from a participating dealer. These dealers are usually large brokerages or banks but, in the case of a small ...
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Reason for stock not selling at current price

Expert Market of OTC Markets is the riskiest type of penny stock/ OTC stock. According to Wikipedia, Expert Market: includes defunct companies that have ceased operations as well as "dark" ...
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Can non-accredited investor remain as a shareholder in private company?

First, being delisted is not the same thing as going private. If a stock is delisted from its exchange, it can still trade publicly "over the counter" or on the "pink sheets", and you do not need to ...
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What is happening in this scenario?

One of the characteristics of the OTC market is that the trades aren't 'public' in the same way that trades on exchanges are. A trade can be executed between two participants in an OTC market ...
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Where can I find filings for OTC stocks?

OTCMARKETS.com lists financial report filings by date
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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. That's not correct. The private company is only allowed to solicit investment from accredited investors. Non ...
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OTC Markets, OTCBB & NASDAQ Level 2

I do not believe Nasdaq provides OTCBB quotations through those services. The TotalView webpage says: TotalView, Nasdaq’s premier data feed, shows you every single quote and order at every price ...
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How can I trade in "OTC" stocks?

Directly from the dealer, generally large broker house or Banks. OTC means they are not traded on stock exchange. Investopedia has a nice explanation.
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Why do investors routinely avoid small cap stocks when they are the easiest to analyze?

Your conclusion is also incorrect - index funds may well contain thousands of small caps, matching a selection like Russell 3000 or similar. There are also lots of small cap ETFs that are handpicked ...
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Are there stock options on OTC stocks?

Regarding your link, here's some generic info. You'll have to google for the exact timeline. Historically, OTC generically referred to securities that weren't listed on major exchanges (AMEX and NYSE)...
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Why are Nevada pink sheet stocks particularly risky?

The relationship between corporations and their shareholders is, in most respects, governed by the laws of the state in which they are incorporated. Some states afford greater rights to the management ...
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Reason for stock not selling at current price

Remember that "current price" just means the last price where a seller and buyer met. It does not mean anyone else agrees with that price; the next trade could be quite different. Especially ...
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How is it possible for the shares of a privatized company to still be traded on the US OTC stock market?

Actually it's a PUBLIC company. Noble's shares just are not listed on an exchange, and they also have no plans to do so. You can certainly trade them in bilateral trades, with quotations facilitated ...
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Why do investors routinely avoid small cap stocks when they are the easiest to analyze?

Penny stocks and small cap stocks are not the same thing. "Penny stock" generally refers to a stock with a very low share price (under $1, or sometimes under $5), while "small cap ...
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Are there market makers for OTC stocks?

Probably not. OTC markets (also known as 'Pink Sheets') tend to have names that do not meet the listing criteria for larger exchanges. As a result there is less liquidity and less incentives for ...
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Can you buy out a pink sheet listed company by purchasing all of the outstanding shares?

Yes, of course, if you own all the shares then you will control the company. A better question is whether this it is really possible for you to buy all the shares, and the answer to that is likely 'no,...
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