how to sell stocks online? rules and procedures?
Hi sir and mam,

Question lang po sana, in the case I'm planning to sell my stocks should I sell the 'number of shares' below minimum of its board lot requirement?

For example po, I will sell only 600shares of this company 'XYZ' eventhough the minimum requirement of shares in the board lot is 1000. Allowed po ba ang ganitong procedure?

Or can someone post po a goo strategy or suggestion.

The reason why I'm asking is because there are some stocks I want to play around, by selling and buying for another stocks.

Thanks for the help in advance.Smile
How about your ask your broker about that ? How does that sounds to you ? I think it should be the same way like it should really. I mean just like you are doing forex or crypto trading out there, sounds good ? For me as well, so just ask broker.
I thought it's possible only in place where you actually bought them, it's not easy probably to bought them so selling them should be as well, somebody should search for you on that stock exchange or something and will buy that from you. I think something like thatWink
I am more than sure that for such cases there should be something very well prepared anyway. Wondering where to buy stocks? Movies love to show frenzied traders shouting orders on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange, but these days very few stock trades happen this way. Today, the easiest option is to buy stocks online through an online stockbroker.
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