Thanks for the commitment of loyalty gifts that will be presented as promised. I have been researching Private stock as opposed to Public stock and how they work.
I read that Private stock has to be approved to sell and buy from the company, I use this as a retirement plan for retiring, there will be a time that I will want to sell some or all my stock to insure that I will have a retirement to add to my SS. But I am concerned with the notion that if I elect to sell some of my shares when the value raises to a time that one might want to do that and then it can be denied by the company.
Is this correct or will we have the right to buy and sell these private stocks freely?
Michael A LyonsSo you will not be sending the information to Fidelity, I know when you first started with the gifted shares we had to fill out something for the...So you will not be sending the information to Fidelity, I know when you first started with the gifted shares we had to fill out something for the transfer agent. We need to do that again?Show more7 months ago