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  1. Arti says:

    If a stock drops to zero, you can lose all the money you’ve invested. The value of your investment will decrease, but you will not owe money. If you buy stock using borrowed money, you will owe money no matter which way the stock price goes because you have to repay the loan. A company can lose all its value, which will likely translate into a declining stock price. Yes, you can lose any amount of money invested in stocks. Stock prices also fluctuate depending on the supply and demand of the stock. If you invest in stocks with a cash account, you will not owe money if a stock goes down in value. However, it depends on the type of account you have and the trading you do. The short answer is yes, you can lose more than you invest in stocks. For instance, if a stock trading on the Nasdaq exchange falls below $1 for 30 consecutive days, Nasdaq gives the company 180 days to regain compliance or it faces possible delisting. A stock that drops to zero runs the risk of being delisted by its stock exchange. A stock that drops to zero runs the risk of being delisted by its

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