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Soumya   19 June 2017

Shares in company that was sold multiple times

I own 16,766 ordinary shares of a company A that was sold to one company B in 1992. In 1992, company B sold off company A to company C (a foreign company), which renamed company A. This was then further sold to another company D. Are my shares worth anything? What are my options?

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Rama chary Rachakonda (Secunderabad/Highcourt practice watsapp no.9989324294 )     20 June 2017

Do some basic calculations on your own. The Earnings Per Share (net profit/ number of shares) and Price/Earnings ratio (market price/ EPS) should give you a fair understanding. Read How to spot a good stock to understand what these ratios mean and how to use them.

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P. Venu (Advocate)     20 June 2017

The issue requires professional consultation.

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Soumya   20 June 2017

Thank You

WARRIOR 4 RIGHT (Consultant)     14 August 2018

I am of the view that you can get right type of guidance on your share problems from 'M/s 5 Star Consultants'. They solve different types of problems relating to the company shares. If desired, they can be contacted for solution to your problem through email at:

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