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How can I safely sell virtual items?

I have some virtual items that someone wants to buy. As an example, Dark Artistry sells for ~£300. When trading with Steam you can exchange Steam money for items via their trade system. Alternately I ...
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What do “unsettled funds” mean?

I sold my ETFs today in a non-margin account in an online trading platform. 99.99% of my account currently consists of unsettled funds. What does it mean that they are "unsettled funds"? Does it mean ...
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How much would a trading robot which doubles money in a period of time sell for? [closed]

How would factors of this calculation change for the rate of doubling, scalability (the maximum amount at which it begins to become less efficient), risk and other factors you might bring up a ...
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Outstanding order in the Selling process in Degiro

If I sell my share with Order duration GTC (Good till cancelled), the order will became an Outstanding order. When it will be active to sell? Do I need to make any action to continue the selling ...
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Why many people are trying to sell their property in Southern Chennai?

I am planning to buy an apartment in Southern Chennai, India. I searched in a leading property website 99acres.com and wondering about some results. I searched all residential buildings+land in the ...
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Taxes on selling stocks

I want to confirm that I'm right to avoid surprises. If I buy a stock (or group of stocks) at 70 and I sell it (them) when its value is 60... I should not pay any kind of taxes, no? Since I did not ...
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Do private equity firms use the target company's debt to purchase shares

Take the following scenario. A company has an EBIDTA of 1 Million, and a PE firm values it with a 10 X multiple, but only wishes to purchase 50% from the founders. In order to give the founders the $...
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Why would anyone ever buy these call options?

I'm starting to learn the ins-and-outs of options. For the time being, I'm only interested in selling call options of index funds. Browsing through the available options in Robinhood for the ETF IVV (...
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“Marked down as someone wanting to sell shares.” What does that mean?

A few years ago I and a few friends created a company based on the web. During the raising funds period, we got a plan for $500,000 for 20% and we got investors. The last news about investors that I ...
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Which is the best way to sell a house in Italy to a foreign investor?

I bought an apartment in Venice (Italy) in 2013 with my ex GF. The plan was to renovate it and move there. She broke up with me after some months so we have never had the chance to live there. The ...
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Shouldn't the rebalancing of an ETF result in profit/loss

My understanding is that an ETF is a basket of a variety of stocks. When that basket is rebalanced and some stocks are sold and others are bought, won't that result in a profit/loss in the same way ...
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should I sell some stocks?

I am 80yo and have some great stocks with dividends which is great but most without dividends. I need to remodel my home and was wondering if it would be sensible at this point in my life to sell ...
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Explanation of stop loss of sell stop limit order to stop loss

Question What is the meaning of Stop Loss of the bracket in the Sell Stop Limit order on the current position? Background Having the position with the current price 59.80, thinking to place a sell ...
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Paying VAT in foreign counties

I'm planning to sell (my own) software (yearly license actually) online, worldwide, from my Europe based company, business to business only. I'm really not into any financial topics but reading about ...
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Selling unneeded items to make ends meet when it seems only scammers reply

We have a major appliance that we needed to replace - not because it was old (under 3 years old) or didn't work right, but because it wasn't meeting our needs. So as a result we had to get something ...
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Optimal sell strategy for warrants received as a bonus when I don't want long-term exposure to the underlying equity

I received a sizeable amount as a bonus in the form of European-style call warrants. Because I don't fully understand every aspect of them and because the underlying security is one I have no faith in ...
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Is it advised to sell current self occupied home and buy the other new one to book the profit?

I have a first (and only) and self occupied home. Mortgage is fully paid. Home is with four rooms. Considering expenses I done on home so far including my share in mortgage, taxes so far, total ...
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2015 bmw 328i - Sell or keep it? Advice needed

I have bought a new 2015 bmw 328 in Sep 2014 for 46k on road price(Includes Tire maintenance package). BMW's 4 years free maintenance ended this month and here on wards I need to pay for service and ...
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Trying to compare two investment scenarios

I have an apartment that I have been renting, but due to some recent events, I'm considering selling. I'm trying to make a numbers based decision, so I'm going to try to compare two distinct scenarios:...
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Is there any substantial difference if I sell my computer after warranty expiration?

I’m planning to sell a notebook computer. The warranty is going to expire soon. It has been extended once and cannot be extended again. Because I don’t want to take the risk of high repair costs ...
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I don't understand what it means to “Sell” stock that you don't already own, can someone explain the intuition behind it? [duplicate]

I started a couple months ago to learn more about the stock market and financial education in general, but this particular concept was hard to wrap my head around. I understand there are bears and ...
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What documents do I need to sell a real estate property in Canada?

What documents do I need to sell my real estate property in Canada & Which particular document is the proof of my ownership? I believe it is some kind of title, transfer and survey document?
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Someone wants to send me cash by DHL. How's this scam supposed to work?

This raises a bunch of red flags (also confirmed by googling the email address it came from), but I don't quite understand how this scam is actually supposed to work. So, here it goes: I put up an ad ...
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Reasonably safe way of re-selling tickets

We've booked two concert tickets but later found out that we can't go. Can you think of a safe and feasible arrangement for reselling the tickets, given the following facts: The tickets cannot be ...
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How to sell a financed car in California? [duplicate]

Hi I'm trying to sell a financed car. I have around 5k left to pay through Wells Fargo and and I'm selling the car for 10k. A few questions: Q1: Do I still have to fill out a Bill of Sale and a ...
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What happens when you withdraw money from a Vanguard mutual fund?

Say you have $10000 in VTWSX with Vanguard and wish to withdraw $1000 of it. What actually happens when you place this order? Because it's not instantaneous - the shares are sold over the next two ...
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Does a stock/bond that stays at level price lose money over time?

I have the concrete problem of choosing which of a bond and a stock I should sell. Below, the price of the stock is shown in red, while the bond is black. The rest are various indices in Scandinavia (...
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sell flat or rent it out as student

I started to study away from home, at the moment I live in my own flat and get everyday by car or train to the university. Its very time consuming as i need about 4 hours everyday only to get there ...
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Limit and Stop Market Buy Order , which will get activated first?

If we have a One cancels Other (OCO) order strategy , this is a strategy placing order, where you can place 2 orders, and when one of them gets filled, then the other will get canceled, and vice ...
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Why can't I open multiple sell orders?

I have bought few EARS shares in Jan (300) and May(500). I am still learning stock market basics. But now, I can not sell 500 shares in profit. Whenever I tried to make trade on Fidelity; I am ...
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Selling To Close

Is it possible to sell to close a call/put option I own for a profit even if the underlying stock price has not exceeded the strike price? If my cost basis is .10 per contract and that same option is ...
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How to sell a stock in a crashing market?

Every now and then the market undergoes a correction or a crash. During these events the value of stocks falls quickly. If I want to sell a stock I'll need a buyer. During crashes and corrections ...
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How do I minimize capital gains on rental real estate in California?

I am selling a Sixplex. I paid $700,000 for it and can sell it for about $1,300,000. How can I minimize capital gains on the profit? I don't want to buy another property.
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Purchase same stock twice

Have a stock at present time. Have not sold it. Want to purchase the same stock again. When time to sell one of them, how does the trading company know which one I want to sell?
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Can I sell my own house? Australia

Are there any laws regarding this. I'm not an agent or anything but I have marketing and salesman experience. Will I be able to list my home privately on websites such as Realestate.com?
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How to safely sell and transfer a web domain?

Let's imagine the following situation: You have a domain like example.com and someone is interested in buying it. You as the owner of the domain are located in the European Union and the interested ...
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Pay off home loan early

I currently own a house in northern VA that's paid in full. I want to buy a new house in a development being built in MD. A friend recommended getting a loan for the new house and put mine on the ...
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Can I sell a stock immediately?

Can I sell a stock immediately at the price of the market or is there a chance that no one would want to buy at that exact time/price thus causing me not to be able to sell?
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What do I need to be aware of if I choose to resell property early (in Alberta)?

I have recently made an offer on a home in Alberta. I am curious to know how I might be affected if I choose to sell within the first or second year of owning. I do plan to do upgrades and hopefully ...
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How can I sell things online legally as an under-aged person? [closed]

I'm a pupil from Germany, I'm 15 years old and I want to sell a product online. However, it's not as easy as it may sound. The first problem is that I am not allowed to sell things before I'm "...
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Selling a car with a lien

I own a car personally, but it is mortgaged to a bank. I want to sell it to an individual. I haven't the funds to repay the loan until I'm paid for the car. The buyer doesn't want to pay me without a ...
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Early tender offer is less than the current value of the bond. What is the benefit?

I received an early tender notice for a bond I hold: Terms: $815.00 per $1000 P.A. plus int. In addition, holders who tender their notes prior or on 08/25/16 (The Early Tender Date) are ...
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F1 student and eBay selling tax

I am an international student and I am having an eBay selling account which is not reach the threshold(over 20k$ and 200 transactions). Do i need to file any tax form to IRS. if yes, which form should ...
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using deed's of trust to negotiate for higher prices for land sales

It seems like Deeds of Trust's for real estate properties (which are public records) include the loan amount on them (assuming a loan was obtained for the purchase of the property). Obviously this ...
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What happen in this selling call option scenario

I am beginner in trading. So scenario is: For e.g. until the expiry date i want the stock value to stay at $50 or less. But what happen if the stock price went high and then go down near expiry date?...
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Are stocks always able to be bought and sold at market price?

I have a lot of experience with the Bitcoin industry, but little experience with the Stock Market. In the bitcoin industry, when you want to buy/sell, you have to put out a market order on whatever ...
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I am considering selling a house that is rented out - what is the best approach?

I own a single-family house in Germany, and consider to sell it. It has been rented out for about ten years, and the tenant gives the impression he wants to stay forever (he does not yet know about my ...
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Bond gain is greater than remaining coupon payments. Time to sell?

I wanted to learn about bonds so I bought a rather risky one (Chesapeake Ene Corp SR NT 6.62% 08/15/2020 / 165167CF2). Since purchase, the price of the bond has risen 72.81% for a gain of $257.02 as ...
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A Person Just Wants to Sell a House — Whats the Commission?

Lets say a person owns 2 houses and wants to get rid of one. Lets say usually its 5% listing (60/40) seller/buyer agent In this case theres no buyer agent because seller is just looking to sell the ...
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question about short selling stocks

I'm trying to wrap my head around short selling. Online the explanations i found talk about borrowing a stock from your broker, selling it at a high price then waiting for the stock to drop in price ...