Note that a share lasts for three years starting from its purchase before it can be declared lost. A trader is also expected to lose their right to hold a claim of the dividends. It is up to you as a trader to make arrangements to either sell your shares or buy new ones on the same player to reset the expiration period of that share. Customers are expected to sell their old shares first to escape the expiration date – they can sell you 300 shares per transaction. Either way, you choose to do this, the company (Football Index) charges 2% in commission and 1% for every transaction.
Shareholders can sell their shares through two methods: sell queue or instant sell. If a shareholder chooses to go for the instant sell method, it means they have resold their shares back to the company (which is about 3% lower than the current price) – but it can be higher in some situations, though. The transaction is marked successfully when this sale is made, and money is instantly transferred into your account. But if you choose the alternative option: ‘Join sell queue,’ you have to wait a while as they search for buyers to buy the unknown footballer’s stocks/stock. The thing is, if the footballer’s stock on sale is a person on-demand, it will only take a matter of minutes to get the buyer, but if they are unknown, it may take weeks, even months, to get the buyer.
31 August 2021
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