Consider a square matrix $A=DS$ where $S$ is symmetric with diagonal entries being $0$ and $D$ is a diagonal matrix for normalizing $S$'s row sums so that $Ae=e$ where $e$ is a vector with all entries being $1$ assuming none of the row sums of $S$ is $0$. Also, $A$ has at least one negative entry. Can anyone prove/disprove that the spectral radius of $A$, $\rho(A)$, satisfies $\rho(A)>1$? Thank you.
UPDATE: I am very sorry but I've left out an important condition that "$A$ has at least one negative entry".