Don't get me wrong, but it surely would be nice to have a big chunk of ONVO if or when they get to the NASDAQ.............which however, begs one more question. I'm trying to think back a couple years as SIRI was inching toward the QQQQ listing, and if memory serves, that was not simply an automatic "application" process, and it didn't just happen on a random time frame. Didn't it have to do with Market Valuation as a minimal entry point, followed by a ranking amongst closest competitors? Seems to me all the ducks were lined up long in advance, and it was Dec 31 or some fixed date when the symbol began to be listed on that exchange............... Does anyone else here recall any of what I am saying? If so, please chime in. In the meantime, I'll try to recapture some of that entry qualification consideration.
can we get a quick full disclosure on what stocks everyone is invested in or trading?
I own --> AT&T(T), Cullen Frost Preferred Shares (CFRPRA), MAKO Surgical (MAKO), MIMVI (MIMV).
The first 2 are my dividend payers both yielding over 5%. Those are my income generators that allow me to "trade" while earning me a return. The last 2 are my lottery tickets hoping one day they will hit.
EDIT: PS, after typing the info below I did some additional research which corrects some of my wrong thinking. I see that the NAZ100 Index is likely what caused all the "escalated qualifications" on the part of SIRI.........the NAZ 100 lists the largest 100 NASDAQ stocks based on market cap. Obviously, there must be tens of thousands of other listed NASDAQ stocks, so please accept my confusion and misleading info. PS. However, SIRI did have to go through a re-listing qualification effort back in that referenced time frame.
Sorry for the bad info.
Now I think I am totally confused. In order to be included in teh NAZ100 index, doesn't the symbol need to be listed on the NASDAQ? Nonetheless, here is a link gathered from many which discusses the delisting/relisting fiasco which began back in 2009.
It was during that period that I recall several significant stepping stones in the qualification process. I am reminded today that among those stepping stones are such items as minimum trading volume of 1.2 Mil in last 12 months, minimum market cap, minimum number of share holders, etc. Anyway, not to belabor the point; I'm sure ONVO has all those bases covered. I felt perhaps this process may not be as imediate as we might hope.
Sirius XM has regained the NASDAQ listing requirement ...
seekingalpha.com › 65551-sirius-xm-has-regained-the-nasdaq-listing-requirement
Apr 27, 2010 – Sirius XM Radio Inc. (NasdaqGS: SIRI) has regained the NASDAQ
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