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I just landed with precarious situation.
In my IRA, there was a spinoff, I believe, and I came to possession of TRRSF stock.
Actually, even bought more of it several times. It was doing OK but, suddenly, went dormant for about a week.
IRA is in what used to be Sharebuilder, now Capital One.
I looked into this deeper today to find out that stock changed its ticker to TSU, Trisura Group and is now traded on Canadian SE only.
As the result, I can't sell my shares as broker won't let me do it. Not traded on US SE.

Any ideas what to do with it as in - how to sell it? It's there - and out of reach same time.

Thank you and Happy New Year.
Post Wed Dec 27, 2017 6:08 pm
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I’m also not involved that much in share and stock market term. But I guess you should wait for the right time to sell your bestessays shares. Hope you will get the appropriate benefit if you sell it at the right time. Happy new year to you too!
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