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Alas no.
I figured since the marketvalue of my holdings was in the 100s... i would just ride it out and see where it went.

So seriously, i have never had this happen to a stock i owned before... do i sell for 2cents+ a share (and have the transaction cost wipe out nearly all the remaining value!) or do i just hold onto them and see what happens after bankruptcy?

Will i still be a shareholder after bankruptcy?

Curious, thanks.
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