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Last Post 01 Jan 1900 12:00 AM by  Anonymous
Ruger Stock ~ ~ certificate
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LimpinLeroy
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13 Oct 2013 10:47 PM
    Howdy folks. If this is a dumb question, please pardon me and I'll move on. I have no experience in the purchase of investment stocks. Can Ruger stock be purchased to where the buyer actually gets the stock certificate instead of a electronic blip on a computer some where ?? If so, can they be purchased in say 5 or 6 stocks at a time ?? If small numbers cannot be purchased, could a group buy be done ?? Surely we have someone in our organization who can answer these questions ?? Thanks for the assistance guys...........and girls !!
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    LimpinLeroy
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    15 Oct 2013 01:01 AM
    OK, thanks. Be glad to see one. I am keeping my fingers crossed. I am afraid they have to be purchased 20 or 100 at a time.
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    RugerNo1
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    20 Oct 2013 12:42 AM
    I'm sure you know that you have to have a brokerage account; I also think you can buy just one share, or 5, or 10 or whatever, but your transaction fee on these ""odd lot"" purchases will be higher- but how much higher, I cannot say. Depends on Broker. You just tell them you want the stock certificate issued to you in your name and sent to you.
    1st 25 shares I ever bought I did this; then the stock split, split again and then again! Been a good investment!
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    LimpinLeroy
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    20 Oct 2013 07:54 PM
    OK !! Thanks for the info. I will contact my financial guy and ask for a broker reference. I have been thinking about this since the shares were about $7.00 each. I REALLY should have acted then . . . . . . oh well. Again, thanks...

    Limpy
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