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OTC Markets Group Inc. is a private company that is not affiliated with the Nasdaq Stock Market, Inc. or the NASD.

Time for another dose of reality. Drink up. It doesn’t cost that much more for a listing on a major exchange as it does on the OTCBB. If the company was such a good company, selling such a hot product, that had this great potential to jump from the OTC to the Nasdaq, then why didn’t they just list on the Nasdaq in the first place? Hmmmmm? The main different between the two listings is not money, but the additional reporting requirements. Companies that list on the OTCBB don’t want to disclose to investors what’s really going on behind the PRs and they sure as hell don’t want to provide this information on anything remotely close to a timely and regular basis.


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Nasdaq, Nasdaq National Market, Nasdaq-100, Nasdaq 100 Index and OTC Bulletin Board are registered service/trademarks of The Nasdaq Stock Market, Inc.

OTC Markets Group Inc. is a private company that is not affiliated with the Nasdaq Stock Market, Inc. or the NASD.

Source: https://accreditedinvestorresource.wordpress.com/2014/01/02/what-happens-when-stock-moves-from-otc-to-nasdaq/


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Nasdaq, Nasdaq National Market, Nasdaq-100, Nasdaq 100 Index and OTC Bulletin Board are registered service/trademarks of The Nasdaq Stock Market, Inc.

I’ve met thousands of traders over the years and not a single trader made money at regularly picking jumpers.

If ADR holders have any inquiries, please contact the following:



Over the years, I’ve been asked a lot of questions. More than I can count. One question that keeps coming up is from traders who want to know what will happen to their OTCBB stock if it uplists to a major exchange like the Nasdaq.

Your brokerage firm (Scottrade, Etrade, etc.) or your post office will keep you informed of any special changes or actions you must take but usually, no action is needed on your part. Your shares will automatically convert into the new ticker symbol traded on the Nasdaq or major exchange.

Traders call this a jumper. Your shares will gain in value and they will automatically start trading on the NASDAQ.

If any change in the ticker symbol takes place, your brokerage firm (i.e. ETrade, Scottrade, etc.) will contact you via your trading console and/or by regular mail.

Time for some brutal honesty. You are George Bush stupid if you are investing in OTC stock you think will go to the NASDAQ.

Slick con artists and their publishing companies will try and sell you on some alert service that supposedly has a guaranteed track record at picking jumpers but they are lying. Every last one of them.

I’ve met thousands of traders over the years and not a single trader made money at regularly picking jumpers.

Time for another dose of reality. Drink up. It doesn’t cost that much more for a listing on a major exchange as it does on the OTCBB. If the company was such a good company, selling such a hot product, that had this great potential to jump from the OTC to the Nasdaq, then why didn’t they just list on the Nasdaq in the first place? Hmmmmm? The main different between the two listings is not money, but the additional reporting requirements. Companies that list on the OTCBB don’t want to disclose to investors what’s really going on behind the PRs and they sure as hell don’t want to provide this information on anything remotely close to a timely and regular basis.

Source: https://www.otcquote.com/otcquote/tm.jsp