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Jones Soda Co. (JSDA) Message Board

  • casualtrader casualtrader Aug 17, 2011 7:54 AM Flag

    Reverse Split ?

    I think the Nasdaq rule is delisting to the pink sheet if a stock trades more than 30 days below $1.00. Plenty of time to break back above $1.00, but if Jones stays in its current trading range, they might have to do a 1 for 10 reverse split.

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    • Baggies are for people who are flippers not long term holders. That is another lesson for you. Jones will not stop reporting, I would bet you on that but you are a snake so I know you would welch on that bet.

    • Why would Jones stop reporting you uneducated tool! Jones has been reporting for Years and that's not their issue. The ONLY criteria they would be missing is the PPS. Again, this is a moot point cause they aren't going anywhere. Again, it is a uneducated ploy to bash and you have failed at that. Again, something you have failed at in your life. lol

    • nuttierthansquirrellshiat nuttierthansquirrellshiat Aug 17, 2011 12:58 PM Flag

      it's not if jones will stop reporting..MORON

      they have to report while listed on the NASDAQ

      they do not have to report when they are delisted...

      and based on your track record and saying it will never happen , just like you saying jones won't fall under a dollar ...

      it's just a matter of time , 180 days

      delisting is coming...

      DEATH CROSS

      DEAD MONEY

    • Yes princess, thats called a disclaimer, EVERY company including Apple, IBM and Google have those, lol Is that the BEST you can do? Cut and copy GENERAL disclaimers? the bottom line is Jones will never go to the pinksheets unless they stop reporting and that won't happen.

    • nuttierthansquirrellshiat nuttierthansquirrellshiat Aug 17, 2011 12:44 PM Flag

      The level of trading activity of our common stock may decline if it is no longer listed on the Nasdaq Capital Market. As such, if our common stock ceases to be listed for trading on the Nasdaq Capital Market for any reason, it may harm our stock price, increase the volatility of our stock price, lead to decreases in analyst coverage, investor demand and information available concerning trading prices and volume, or make it more difficult for investors to buy or sell shares of our common stock. Further, we may no longer qualify for exemptions from state securities registration requirements. Without an exemption from registration, we may need to file time-consuming and costly registration statements for future securities transactions and issuances and to amend our stock option and stock purchase plans. Furthermore, if our common stock is delisted, we would be required to utilize the long-form registration statement on SEC Form S-1 in order to register any future securities under the Securities Act either for sale by us or for resale by investors who previously acquired securities from us in a private placement. The SEC Form S-1 requires more information than SEC Form S-3 and will take longer and be more costly to prepare and keep current than SEC Form S-3. If our
      common stock is delisted, there can be no assurance whether we will satisfy the standards for listing on an exchange or that an exchange will approve our listing in the future.

    • Stop lying basher, you sound uneducated. Jones will not get delisted but for your education here is where any company would be listed if they fall from NASD, AMEX or NYSE

      OTCQX is the top tier of the OTC market. Exclusively for companies that meet the highest financial standards and undergo a qualitative review. The only standard companies would miss is the PPS. The financials would still be the same. So the OTCQX would be the market and once the PPS meets the criteria, they are a stones throw away from being uplisted. Again, this is a moot point, Jones isn't going anywhere.

    • nuttierthansquirrellshiat nuttierthansquirrellshiat Aug 17, 2011 12:29 PM Flag

      jones won't have to report after delisting...

      they have to report while listed on the NASDAQ

      the only lies are from you pumper , with your strong buy on this downward trending turd stock..

      your lies and deciet won't save jones from delisting or the pinks...FACT

      DEATH CROSS

      DEAD MONEY

    • You have no clue at all I see.

      a 1:10 Reverse Split would reduce the outstanding number of shares to 3 million.

      Ar you really that dumb?

    • any reverse split will kill this puppy. end of story.

    • You carefully leave out the fact that present rules also allow for at least a 180 day delay befor any delsiting can take effect

 
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