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What happens when a company gets delisted from the exchange and you still own shares of the company?
To answer this question, lets first understand what a share is. It is an ownership of a small part of a company which entitles you to any dividends or other benefits a share might entitle any owner of the stock to.So if a company is undergoing voluntary delisting, they might make you an offer to buy your shares back, in which case I would recommend selling them, why? Because it is nearly impossible to trade these shares with anyone, and due to the fact that the company is now delisted, the company doesn’t have to adhere to the high standards of transparency by filing 10-Ks or any other SEC forms, so it will become almost impossible to value your stake in a company for any prospective buyers.If a company is undergoing involuntary delisting, it has more debts than assets in most cases, and the stock you own is now worthless.Coming back to the original question, the people who own share in the company before delisting continue to own the same percentage of the company as they did before, just that liquidity is very low now. For instance a lot of VCs own stock in Uber, but since the company is not listed it is tough to find a buyer for the stock, and they need access to specific investment banking services to sell that stake, which might not be available to the average retail owner of stock in a company.Welcome to DelistingThis website might be helpful in further understanding the topic.
How will future crowdfunding platforms be any different from Pink Sheets and OTCBB?
The purchase and the sale of shares from the standpoint of legal regulations is recognizable under the term trading of shares. The shares can be traded on the primary and secondary markets, on the stock exchange or outside the stock exchange. These forms of trade are characterized by the moment of the trade is done and the entities involved in the sales transactions. The manner of buying and selling shares is regulated by a number of regulations, but in particular this area is defined the Securities Act, the Law on Enterprises and the Law on Stock Exchanges. The value of shares in the financial market is formed on the basis of the market conditions defined by the set of elements. If investors invest their capital in the purchase of stocks of a particular company it is because they believe that this company will do well, and the value of these shares is growing. Otherwise, if investors think that the company's business prospects are bad, they will give up purchases of these shares, or even approach the sale of stocks that they own in their portfolio. This inevitably leads to a fall in the price of these shares. There are various types of trade markets and each of them has their specifications.OTCCB (the over-the-counter bulletin board) is an electronic trading service which is provided by NASD (National Association of Securities Dealers). It offers last-sale prices to traders and investors and offers many benefits. On the other side, pink sheets are daily publications that bid and ask prices of OTC stocks (over-the-counter). They additionally include market makers who trade them and the sheets are compiled by the National Quotation Bureau.Keeping in mind the big technology evolution and the change in business and financial sector, the future crowdfunding platforms can be different than the existing ones in the terms of regulations, accessibility, security and SEC rules.If you need further clarifications on cryptocurrencies, venture capital, IPO or ICO issues, get in touch us at Empire Global Partners at help@empireglobal.partners or questions@empireglobal.partners, or visit us on the web at empireglobal.partnersDisclaimer: I am a legal research analyst at Empire Global Partners focused on Blockchain and Digital Asset matters. This information is not professional advice and should not be used for any decisions.
What are some of the best penny stocks to invest in right now?
There are two facets to this question.What are penny stocks?How much do you mean by multi-bagger returns?I consider the stocks below Rs.25 to be penny stocks. Of course, people may differ with my view if I start looking at some stocks priced at 20–25 also as penny stocks. But if they have fallen from very high levels and if they have sufficient reasons and rationale to give higher returns in the long run, I am comfortable keeping those stocks in the penny stocks basket.In terms of returns, I feel anything which can more than double can be considered a multi-bagger.So my list is as follows:-GMR Infra (Rs.16.20):- Expecting a turn-around in the business, reduction of debt and substantial bounce back on technical charts. Targets above Rs.35 in a year.South Indian Bank (Rs.15.15):- Expecting a turn-around in the business, accumulation of the stock by some large players. Targets above Rs.35–40.Bank of Maharashtra (Rs.14):- A turn-around story due to the government’s capitalisation. Target Rs.35.Indian Overseas Bank (Rs.14.8):- Expected to come out of losses. Target Rs.35.GVK Power (Rs.7.85):- Debt reduction and turn-around in the business. Target Rs.18–20NHPC (Rs.26.1):- Slow but consistent returns possible. Targets above Rs.55.Please upvote and follow me for further updates & insights on trading in stock market. You can also contact me using the details provided in my Quora profile.Please note that I am not a SEBI registered Investment advisor. These views are purely personal. Please take the help of your financial advisor before taking up any investments/trades.
Is possible for an IAS to be uncorrupt and honest and yet survive? Who are the examples of such kind?
Ralph Waldo Emerson said “the only person you are destined to become is the person you decide to be.” The destiny of civil servants is in the conduct of its own brethren. Unless we steadfastly return to the old edicts of professionalism, anonymity, integrity and neutrality, the evanescent goodwill will be completely eroded.There are many examples. Ajit DovalDoval is already a known name and is famous for his commendable work during his tenure as an IPS officer from the batch of 1968. He played an active role in insurgencies operations in Mizoram, Punjab and Kashmir. He managed to turn militants and persuade them to assist Indian forces against the terrorists. Along with his exceptional work in these states, he has done a commendable job in the termination of all 15 hijackings of Indian Airlines aircraft from 1971-1999. He also stayed in Pakistan as an undercover agent in a high-risk assignment. He later joined the intelligence bureau and is currently holding the position of National Security Advicer to PM Narendra Modi.Armstrong PameNot many know about this exceptional young IAS officer from Manipur. His passion and dedication towards the betterment of the society was so strong that he built a 100 km long road in a remote hill of Manipur without the government’s help. People came forward and supported him in large numbers and gave shape to the “people’s road” which connects the hill to the rest of the state. He used his own savings and turned to social networking sites to raise funds for the project and is fondly called “miracle man” by the villagers.B. Chandrakala She has always spoken against corrupt officers and even got transferred from her earlier posting because she refused to accept the wrong doings going on. She never hesitates in publicly exposing those people who are not doing justice to their jobs.It is worth recalling the most famous ‘Pogo• quotation: “we have met the enemy and he is us.” The civil servants we wish ‘to be or not to be• are within us.
Which member of the Trump cabinet is most likely the author of the anonymous New York Times article titled "I Am Part of the Resistance Inside the Trump Administration"?
My guess: Deputy Secretary of State John J. Sullivan.I have zero inside knowledge of this person's identity. My guess will not be any better than others. It will be pure, unadulterated speculation based on no solid evidence.But I will give it my best shot.When reading the New York Times op-ed, the anonymous author emphasizes these points:Claims knowledge of Cabinet level whispers of invoking 25th amendment to remove the president.Very concerned with foreign policy, and how the president has resisted entreaties from his national security staff to punish Russia.Seems to have a healthy respect for government.If we take this person at their word, they clearly revere governmental institutions, and also claim inside knowledge of the inner workings of the White House. I do not expect this person be a loyal hand-picked Cabinet member.I would look one step below these officials in the org chart. I suspect one of the Cabinet deputies, privy to the thoughts of the Cabinet, and alarmed at the direction of US foreign policy.I must believe that the New York Times would not print an op-ed from a low-level staffer that generates this amount of coverage.(Also, there is no formal definition of “senior administration official,” as the source is designated in the article. This title could refer to anyone from Mike Pence to an unknown press aide, depending on the reporter’s desire.)Why do I guess Sullivan? In his career, he is the polar opposite of the president.He is a lawyer, and his long legal career kept him close to government. He has argued before the Supreme Court, clerked for Justice David Souter, advised four presidential campaigns, served as the deputy secretary of commerce, and was even an appointee of President Obama for a low-level committee.As the Deputy Secretary of State, Politico reported that he was instrumental in assauging career diplomats during the tumultuous changes brought by Secretary Rex Tillerson.From the Politico article:“He’s terrific, just terrific,” gushed one senior State employee who has otherwise despaired over the department’s hollowing out and marginalization under Trump.In preparation for his confirmation hearings, Sullivan consumed copious amounts of information. “I’ve never seen someone study more,” Lackey said. “He had these massive briefing books. Not only the briefing books the administration had • he would ask for additional information.”Sullivan has made it a point to meet as many career State Department employees as possible. On June 26, he sent an email to the whole department in which he praised their work. “The women and men of this department are as talented and dedicated a group of professionals as one could imagine. I’m honored to serve with you and look forward to meeting all of you,” he wrote, according to a copy of the email seen by POLITICO.In summary:A long-serving staffer in government, with concern for the federal workers in his department.Reverence for institutions and respect for knowledgeable diplomats.A family lineage of ambassadors and career government officials.This strikes me as the kind of person that would secretly oppose the president at every opportunity.Sullivan fits the bill.Sources:Image: White House Press OfficeTillerson's new deputy quietly wins over State Dept. staffers
Are reporters being biased when they fact check a President?
Are reporters being biased when they fact check a President?I confess I did a double-take when I read this question. I really hope that it’s from a troll.Fact checking, for those not familiar with the concept, is the discipline of ensuring that everything that goes into a publication is correct. EVERYTHING. Every bit of data (i.e. ensuring that the Bureau of Labor Statistics didn’t make a typo if it comes out with an odd number one Friday…) and every quotation and every fact.Don’t you, as a consumer of the news, want to be confident that you are reading stuff that is accurate? Wouldn’t you like to be informed if what a government agency tries to tell you is the truth, isn’t? Or if what a hedge fund manager tries to do is fraudulent? Or if what a corporate CEO says about its business contradicts what he said six months ago, and contradicts the company’s own audited financial statements? Would you like to know the truth about how our military is doing (as long as that doesn’t jeopardize national security) or be given misinformation (and not just misinformation in the name of national security, but lies to protect incompetent leaders?) I think most rational individuals would say “hell, yeah.”So, why would a president • any president • be immune from fact checking?Here’s a question to ask yourself. I assume that if you think that reporters might be displaying bias in fact-checking this president, consider how you would have felt had they failed to do any fact checking of our previous president. And trust me • they did. Which is why our previous president • although he covers it up very skillfully • has a tremendous dislike for the press, and punished press leaks more harshly than his OWN predecessor. If you think that ANY president should be immune from fact checking, and that he should be free to make any wild or woolly statement that he chooses without being questioned • well, at least you have the merit of being consistent.But here’s the truth of the matter. The kinds of leaders who benefit from that type of treatment • reverential and unchallenged repetition of their wildest and oddest statements • don’t tend to be elected heads of democratic nations. They tend to be dictators of scary regimes in which neither you nor I would be free to post on Quora, because we’d be too damn terrified to open our mouths or type our views or thoughts.I don’t think it’s legitimate to make threats against any political leader, or to slander them by distorting what they have said by taking their words out of context. But to put their words IN context, and to say, hey, this is what he said and it’s simply inaccurate, and here is where you will find the truth • the hard facts • is utterly reasonable. I don’t really care what “flavor” of president tries to bend or twist the truth • whoever it is that tries to distort reality, they do a disservice to themselves, their office and to the country. And journalists have a responsibility to stand up and say, wait a minute, this isn’t actually how it is. In the same way that we would point to Enron’s CEO if he’s fiddling the books and we figured it out, or any other attempt to misdirect the public. Because that’s what is happening.Fact checking isn’t bias, because it is never directed against only one individual or group of individuals • it’s about every bit of checkable content. And it’s a public duty or responsibility on the part of journalists, not a political activity, moreover.;""
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