NEW YORK (
) -- Delisting has been in the news over the last few weeks, ever since the
reinstituted enforcement of listing requirements in August.
One such rule, generally requiring company share prices to stay above $1, has been a problem recently for more than a few stocks. An analysis using data provided by iMetrix by Edgar Online and examined by TheStreet.com Ratings resulted in a top 10 ranking of those who have received delisting notices because of low share prices, at least when ranked by revenue.
Of the top five on the list, we turned to
readers to ask for a slightly different take on the delisting phenomenon: Which stock would you continue to hold on to, even if it was delisted?
Far and away,
Sirius XM Radio
found the most supporters in its corner, landing 73.3% of the nearly 1,700 votes cast in the poll. Though shares closed just under 60 cents on Friday, it's also worth noting that for now the company has until next March to get its share price up.
Another 13.2% of voters were cheering for
, as reports continue to swirl that the company is attempting to restructure its debt and stave off a bankruptcy filing.
Others in the top five included
( CHB) and
, which finished with 5.2%, 5% and 3.2% of the votes, respectively.
-- Written by Sung Moss in New York
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