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I have a stock that I purchased when I was even more ignorant than I am now and it essentially went into some form of bankruptcy where I wound up with a couple of regular shares and two different kinds of other shares that are apparently Nasdaq Bulletins. What are they? I essentially need to sell it all and take a tax loss but when I went to do that with the bulletins, my online trader said I couldn't. That's when I found out that they even were bulletins. I had other losses to claim on previous tax years so I've been letting this sit and ignoring it. Happily, it's my last huge loss and all my other stocks are much more Foolish now :-). However, I need help dealing with this last one (if I even can). Any info would be appreciated.

Ignorant in Idaho!

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