Sirius XM isn't the only company facing possible delisting from the Nasdaq for violating minimum bid rules. The Dollar Store looks at the top 10 stocks after Sirius, ranked by 12-month trailing revenue, that need to regain complaince soon.
Closing price: 36 cents (March 11) Revenue: $103.3 million (trailing 12 months) Received Nasdaq notice: Sept. 15, 2009 Management's expected action: On Feb. 16, Vertro ( VTRO) was notified that a Nasdaq Listing Qualifications Panel granted the company's request to transfer to the Nasdaq Capital Market and continue its listing on the market. The panel's decision is subject to the condition that, among other things, Vertro demonstrates compliance with all continued listing standards of the Nasdaq Capital Market on or before June 14. TSC Ratings call: Sell. Vertro owns a portfolio of Internet software products. Its third-quarter loss decreased 94% to $650,000, or 5 cents, but revenue fell 29% to $7.4 million. Its stock has gained 139% over the past twelve months, but commands just 35 cents. It is grossly undervalued when considering sales per share. Still, a shareholders' deficit and continued operating weakness are mitigating factors. The company's operating margin remains in double-digit negatives.