How Do You Sign A Stock Certificate To Sell?


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Yooti Bhansali Profile
Yooti Bhansali answered
If you want to sell a stock, do so after considering the following tips: Firstly, focus on selling stocks in your portfolio which are not doing well. Then think about keeping a certain limit for your losses. This way you will avoid small losses from turning into huge financial catastrophes. Also, think about selling small parts of an investment which has proved profitable to predetermined appreciation goals. This way you will have your losses from failed investments covered.

Do not get to sentimental regarding your investments, as in; do not get attached to any single one. In the end, it's only how much profit you make that matters.

Take the counsel of professionals before you actually sell your stock, to discus factors like timing as well as tax factors.
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Jane Davy answered
Yes, to what Cinnamon said, and also, you might want to consult your personal banker (or just a regular one at the branch you go to), and see what he might have to on that subject. Also, I am aware of your option to go through the entire process online using websites that deal with such options (who knows, maybe your bank has the solution for that too), either way - If you wish to sign an online document, I would then advise you to do it the right way, one that will hold all sides liable and be legally binding with an approved digital certificate. An approved electronic signature software can easily be found of all program company websites, so if you'd like to sign a word doc for example, you'll be sure to find it on the Microsoft website (Adobe's for PDF and so on).

Best of luck signing & selling that stock!

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