Hello Jeff,You said:"As for covering the short, since it is under $1, there is a possibility that Sirius could eventually be delisted from the Nasdaq. I'm not saying that this is about to happen, but it's a possibility."It may be obvious [to you and others] but I'm not sure of your intent when you made the above statement. Do you believe a Nasdaq delisting would materially affect a stock's price? Do stocks usually drop further just because they're forced off a major exchange to the "over the counter" pink slips? I know that a failing company often fails completely anyway due to their poor business condition(s); but, the company's failure has nothing to do with the trading venue for its stock. Right?
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