Small-Cap Stocks in Danger of Delisting

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According to Robert Holmes, "The underperformance of small-cap stocks is worrisome, given they inherently carry higher risks than their larger peers do. One of those is the inability to remain compliant with listing standards of the Nasdaq, spurring delisting warnings from the exchange. ... The following 27 companies were notified in April that they're in violation of listing requirements and could be kicked off the Nasdaq. The companies now have a limited window of time to regain compliance with the exchange's listing rules." Read more here.

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