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What happens if a security I own gets delisted?
What happens if a security I own gets delisted?
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Written by Bryna
Updated over a week ago

When a stock gets delisted, it means the stock is no longer traded on a particular stock exchange, and its trading privileges on that exchange have been revoked.

This can occur for various reasons, including non-compliance, financial distress, and regulatory reasons. A company may also voluntarily delist its stock if needed, such as in the case of restructuring, merging, or going private.

Delisting has implications for shareholders.

If a security you own gets delisted, you won't be able to place any further buy or sell orders.

If you're unsure about one of your holdings, please reach out to our customer support team.

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