$SPY $HTZ $JCP $DJIA Regardless of the type of bankruptcy a company files under, any common stock in a bankrupt company is likely to be worthless. That is because the common stock (that is, “equity”) is the last in line to receive what’s available to be distributed in a bankruptcy proceeding. Creditors, including bondholders, suppliers and employees, all come before holders of the company’s common stock. And, even if a company successfully reorganizes, its plan of reorganization often cancels the existing shares of common stock
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