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Sentiment: Strong Buy
LMAO how i controlled his every reply. Making him dance was so so easy. LOL he'd try and try but was to uneducated to sound smart.
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I'm having the same issur here and don't know what I should do. Right now my TD trade is showing 100% lost on ALU stocks. Anyone could tell me what I should do now?
I was told it would be sometime in May when JP Morgan clears all out and then you will see cash in your account a few days later. Until then they your money is in limbo.
just asking because we have 12,000 left over and Schwab said $600
.05 per share and that is what JP Morgan charges as the management company of ALU adr's
On Google, ALALF shows up since early 2000, that means, it's been created for some reason by Alcatel even before the Lucent merger. I recall some heavy acquisitions in the boom and bust days of telecom, such as Newbridge being bought by Alcatel for a whopping ~$7 B. Can't tell what the reason was why they moved stock to the OTC at that time.
Thanks for the info. There is still some confusion in my mind. If you select "Historical price ' tab from Yahoo Finance, you will see prices going back as far as year 2010. Was it already trading at OTC when Nokia moved the ALU's remaining shares?
I am with TD Ameritrade. I called them, explaining I missed the deadline to convert to Nokia. They said I would be able to convert my shares of ALU 1 to 1 for shares of ALALF, which is trading on the OTC.
It was a simple process, took two business days. I put my order in to sell, and was out all together in a few days.