How do I sell my shares on Computershare?

How do I sell my shares on Computershare?

How do I buy/sell shares? If you would like to sell shares you already hold, you can use Investor Trade, Computershare’s online share sale facility for issuer sponsored securityholdings. The service is available to investors in companies where Computershare acts as share registrar.

How long does it take to sell shares through Computershare?

approximately 4 to 5 weeks
This process normally takes approximately 4 to 5 weeks.

Can you sell shares without a broker?

To sell ASX-listed shares in Australia you will need a broker or broking service to execute the trade for you, but the sale can sometimes be completed by using an online broking service. So effectively you can sell shares without a broker in the typical sense.

How do I sell shares online?

you can sell shares by speaking to a broker or through a DIY investing platform. The cost of trading shares varies depending on the platform or broker you are using and whether you are selling your shares online, or in the case of paper certificates, on the phone or by post.

Is Computershare safe?

There seems to be a lot of people out there who wonder what Computershare is, and whether Computershare is a safe source to purchase stocks through. The short answer: Computershare is possibly the most legit source you can choose to purchase stock.

Is Computershare a brokerage firm?

In fact, Computershare is not even a brokerage company . Computershare is a ​ stock transfer agent, which means that they simply keep the corporate shareholder records. They work as link to connect the individual stockholder to the holding company, itself.

Is Computershare legitimate, safe?

ComputerShare is a legitimate business and not a scam. Its products, equity investments, are not insured since all stocks have risks of principal loss. However, investing through ComputerShare is not for everyone because they deal with a limited number of companies that each sets its own restrictions and fees.

Can company force shareholders to sell their stock?

In certain situations, however, a company can force shareholders to sell their holdings. In addition, if you buy stock in a company whose shares are not publicly traded, different rules apply, and the company can more easily compel you to sell your stock.

What do companies do Computershare represent?

Computershare is a company that helps manage stock plans for companies along with DRIP accounts. Computershare is not a discount broker and you cannot have any other accounts than a non-registered taxable account.