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Wells Fargo stock

October 28th, 2015 at 03:52 pm

So, years and years ago, I worked for Wachovia Bank (which is now Wells Fargo). I forgot that I had bought a couple of shares at the time...

I just checked my account and I have a whopping 2.356 shares of Wells Fargo common stock! Woo Hoo! At the current market value of $54.61 / share, that means I have $128.66 Smile

So, what should I do with this newly discovered information? Should I just leave my measly 2 shares alone or should I cash it in?

Any stock people out there to help a girl out?

4 Responses to “Wells Fargo stock”

  1. Petunia 100 Says:

    If it were me, I would liquidate and move the funds to my Roth or traditional IRA. Leaving a little bit of money here and there makes it difficult to keep track. Plus, companies merge and close, change custodians, etc.

  2. Ima saver Says:

    I have to agree, I would sell it too.

  3. snafu Says:

    1st ask if there is a fee associated with selling a 2 unit 'odd lot.' Can the two shares be transferred to your ROTH? I like to give every dollar a jobs, so suggest you decide how you can best use this unexpectedly found $ 128.66

  4. VS_ozgirl Says:

    Every dollar having a job is a good motto

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