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  • mobileappdevl mobileappdevl Aug 9, 2014 4:26 PM Flag

    Sep 10th, ch7=$0.0, Ch11 emerge=0.06 share


    When a corporation is on the verge of bankruptcy, its stock value will reflect the risk that a Chapter 11 may become a Chapter 7. For example, a company traded at $50 may trade at $2 per share due to bankruptcy speculation. If Chapter 11 is actually filed, the stock price may fall to 10 cents. This value is composed of the potential income that shareholders may receive after liquidation and a premium based on the possibility that the firm may restructure and begin to operate successfully in the future. Private investors can buy and sell these 10-cent shares in the OTC market. The actual value does not reach zero unless the probability of restructuring is so low that a Chapter 7 filing is sure to follow. 

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    • the store name has years of 'goodwill' built up [my wife always loved the store as I'm sure many women do] so it is surely possible that a restructuring resurrection may still happen.
      Anyway, it ain't worth selling so we may as well hold on until we know for sure what's up...

      Sentiment: Hold