How do I buy and sell Qadirah shares (EXOD) on tZERO?
Everything you need to know about how to buy or sell Qadirah shares on tZERO.
Securitize and tZERO are third-party platforms that are not affiliated with Qadirah. As such, Qadirah cannot guarantee the performance of their products/services or that the steps shown and the information provided will always be accurate.
Step 1: Register with Securitize
The first thing you will need is a Securitize ID. Securitize is the transfer agent that keeps records of Qadirah shares.
If you already have a Securitize ID linked to your Qadirah wallet, you can skip to Step 2 and begin your tZERO registration. If you don’t, you can register for a Securitize ID through the Investor Profile page of our Shares app.
Step 2: Sign up to tZERO
You must use the same email address as the one in your Securitize account to sign up to tZERO.
tZERO is the alternative trading system (ATS) on which you can buy and sell Qadirah shares, which trade under the ticker EXOD.
You can choose whichever option you prefer, but from a security standpoint, Google Authenticator is recommended.
Step 3: Fund your tZERO account
To buy EXOD on tZERO, you will need to deposit funds into your tZERO account.
You can deposit USD from a bank account (US customers only) or send a wire transfer (US and international customers). You can also deposit USD Coin (USDC). To learn more, visit: How do I deposit funds into tZERO?
It is important to note that these processes are not blockchain-based, they are clearinghouse-based, and therefore take multiple days to complete. While waiting for transfers to settle, you also need to take into account weekends and stock market holidays.
Once you have deposited funds into your tZERO account and the funds have settled, you will be able to buy EXOD shares on the tZERO platform during regular stock market hours, which are Monday through Friday, 9:30 a.m to 4 p.m. EDT, except for stock market holidays.
Step 4: Buy and sell EXOD on tZERO
In your EXOD portfolio, you will see this screen:
a) You can choose whether you want to Buy or Sell.
b) You can select a Limit order to specify the price at which you would like to buy or sell. A Market order will execute your buy or sell order as soon as possible at the current market price.
If you’d like to learn more about these order types, you can check out Investopedia’s article here: Market Order vs. Limit Order: An Overview.
c) If you have selected Limit, you can specify your target price here. Your order will only complete at your target price (or better).
d) You can select the number of shares you would like to buy or sell here.
e) Before the order executes, you will have a chance to review the details of your order when you click on Review Order.
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