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over-the-counter stock (OTC)

It was delisted and is now an over-the-counter stock.
  a stock that is not traded on a major exchange like the NYSE or NASDQ — instead the stock may be priced once per day or traded even less frequently
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Generally, a stock is traded over-the-counter (OTC) because the company is small, making it unable to meet exchange listing requirements. There is a higher risk of stock manipulation in OTC stocks than in listed stocks.
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