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« Reply #25 on: April 03, 2013, 16:15 »
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I bought my shares at $22 per.  Increase in value now in five figures.  Dilemma ... sell and take my profits or hold out for higher stock valuation.  Oh the woes of an SS shareholder.   ::)

BTW, that's a greater earning than my SS sales over the same period by several orders of magnitude.   ;D

Is it still possible to buy shares, where and is it complicated ? I have absolutely no idea how it works so if someone throws any reading gets a big hearth ;)


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« Reply #26 on: April 03, 2013, 20:46 »
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Shares are bought and sold all day every day.  If you are in the US it is easy, just open a brokerage account - there are lots of companies like Schwab, Etrade, and Fidelity that have would be happy to set you up.  Then you just buy the stock SSTK is the symbol.  If you've never done this before, I suggest you read up first on the process.

I have no idea what it is like to do this from outside the U.S.

« Reply #27 on: April 03, 2013, 20:49 »
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Shares are bought and sold all day every day.  If you are in the US it is easy, just open a brokerage account - there are lots of companies like Schwab, Etrade, and Fidelity that have would be happy to set you up.  Then you just buy the stock SSTK is the symbol.  If you've never done this before, I suggest you read up first on the process.

I have no idea what it is like to do this from outside the U.S.

Unfortunately Im outside so Im not even now if its possible, so if anyone can anything its more than welcomed ... ;D

I just have a feeling I should throw few bucks in those.

Thanks
« Last Edit: April 03, 2013, 20:53 by Lizard »

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« Reply #28 on: April 03, 2013, 21:05 »
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SSTK taking a bath.  Down $7 in the last two days.  I don't see any news to indicate why, so maybe just a reaction to such a rapid rise?

My guess is that it might be profit-taking by one of the institutions that got in on the original IPO (not a bad profit for 6 months if they bought at $17). The timing suggests to me that they wanted the sale finalised to bank profits within a particular accounting quarter.

Of course it could just be Jon selling a few to splash out on a big yacht!

The P/E ratio was getting a tad too high for my comfort so I sold at $43.  Made more on that one stock sale than I did from all images sales combined last year.  If the price drops to a sufficiently low level, I'll probably buy more again (market fundamentals permitting).

w7lwi

  • Those that don't stand up to evil enable evil.
« Reply #29 on: April 03, 2013, 21:08 »
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I bought my shares at $22 per.  Increase in value now in five figures.  Dilemma ... sell and take my profits or hold out for higher stock valuation.  Oh the woes of an SS shareholder.   ::)

BTW, that's a greater earning than my SS sales over the same period by several orders of magnitude.   ;D

Is it still possible to buy shares, where and is it complicated ? I have absolutely no idea how it works so if someone throws any reading gets a big hearth ;)


Thanks

I don't know what country you're in but you need to find a local stock broker.  They can advise you on what's needed to purchase U.S. stocks.  That's usually not an issue as shares listed on the NYSE are typically traded internationally.

« Reply #30 on: April 04, 2013, 00:09 »
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I bought my shares at $22 per.  Increase in value now in five figures.  Dilemma ... sell and take my profits or hold out for higher stock valuation.  Oh the woes of an SS shareholder.   ::)

BTW, that's a greater earning than my SS sales over the same period by several orders of magnitude.   ;D

Is it still possible to buy shares, where and is it complicated ? I have absolutely no idea how it works so if someone throws any reading gets a big hearth ;)


Thanks

I don't know what country you're in but you need to find a local stock broker.  They can advise you on what's needed to purchase U.S. stocks.  That's usually not an issue as shares listed on the NYSE are typically traded internationally.

U get hearth

« Reply #31 on: April 04, 2013, 01:33 »
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Must be easy for SS while istock is in free-fall but what happens when the new buyers they're getting from istock dry up?

BIG +1.

very good question.....

i believe after that they will apply the Bigstock commission structure but with a much higher target.... :(
« Last Edit: April 04, 2013, 01:39 by nicku »


 

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