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I woukld like to purchase one share in a company. The share value is about £4.00 at the moment. It seems i have to open a share dealing account and can be charged about £12 per trade. That is alot considering the stock is oinly worth £4.00. so i have to fork out £16.00 to purchase a £4.00 share


The reason why i only want this one share is so i can attend the AGM and ask questions in a profesional capacity


Any ideas my best option of getting just this one share??

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I buy a small number of shares, say £50 worth and then if you decide to sell later it is not a total washout. When you do buy your share(s) make sure that you buy them as the equivalent of a paper share as the dealing accounts hold the shares as nominee accounts and you dont get the voting rights.

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I have shares in the company I work for, which are held in a dealings account, not paper shares, I STILL get voting rights and can attend the AGM meetings, regardless of shares been held in account or paper shares....

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All advice is given through own opition, also by seeking/searching info on behalf of poster, and own personnel dealings.

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