1) If they move from NASDAQ to the "pink sheets" you're still a shareholder in a company whose shares have less liquidity and probably no institutional support. It will have a negative impact on the value of your shares.
3) In all likelihood your shares would be purchased by the buyer. The hypothetical buyer wouldn't want minority shareholders to contend with. The securities laws will offer you some protection as a small shareholder.
4) The company would have to qualify for listing on the NASDAQ again. You would still own your shares and they would be marketable but less liquid as they would continue to be if the company was traded on the pink sheets.
5) Not sure what you're asking here. The quality of the products is of little value when the quality of management is so poor and the treatment of minority shareholders is so deplorable.
That's quite an amount of nonsensical statements demonstrating your lack of knowledge of corporate governance and the relationship between independent accounting firms and their publicly traded clients. Do you just make this stuff up as you go or have you actually attempted to research a topic that you opine upon?
At least you're consistently wrong but seldom in doubt. You just parroted what your OSIR's incompetent and opaque management has been saying for months. Why do you believe them?
I think I'll still be sympathetic to mal77jen. When you consider how disappointing an investment OSIR has been in terms of long term and short term investment horizons and how management has abused its investors, I'll still be sympathetic.
And specifically why am i going to be sorry for myself? I'm long MDXG with most of stock at $1 and covered my OSIR shorts below $8. You sound an awful lot like the recently departed Ozark who would make nonsensical assertions.
What's going to be the catalyst that propels OSIR? Other than your unwarranted enthusiasm for the company, you've yet to cite any objective information that would make OSIR worth investing in.
I just love when you wax philosophical especially when getting your head handed to you but based on your statements here you've had plenty of experience carrying your head around.