Mana asked in Business & FinanceInvesting · 1 month ago

About the stocks?

When I buy the stock volume:100 Price:1.20 (example), if I sell this stock, the volume and price need to be the same amount?

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  • 1 month ago

    If you've purchased 100 shares, then you have 100 shares to do with however you please.  You could sell anywhere from 1 to 100 of them when you choose.  The price would never need to be the same.  Stocks are bought and sold based on the current market price.  If someone is only willing to pay you $1.00, then your options are to sell at a loss or hold hoping it goes back up.  If someone is willing to buy for $1.50, then your options are to sell for a profit or hold them hoping the price will go up more.

  • 1 month ago

    No.

    If you purchase 100 shares for $1.20 each, you can sell 1 or all 100 at a time.

    You need to keep records of your purchase price. 

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