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Share price goes to zero then goes back up

For a normal, everyday investor, "stock" and "share" are synonyms and can be used interchangably. The majority of articles written by the financial press will use the terms ...
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Share price goes to zero then goes back up

Stocks on a stock exchange don't trade for zero or less. What would it mean? If the stock price was $0, then for 1 cent I could buy an infinite number of shares. I saw some discussion on another ...
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Share price goes to zero then goes back up

You can sell your shares for whatever someone is willing to pay for them, so even if it drops to zero and back up to 120, you can sell them for 120 - ignoring the detail that you can't always trade ...
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