Earlier a Share Certificate is provided when a person buys shares in a company. That share certificate acts as a proof for the shares bought. Now in this digital world shares are bought digitally and are stored in demat accounts.
For the matter of fact, in the investment world any invested money does not go useless or worthless. Every invested penny can be dug out if a proof is provided. In accordance to shares certificate, they might be the only proof for the earlier or aged investments but their worth can be retained according to the present value of the shares of so called company invested by you.
Share certificates are truly worthful and any gained profits can be claimed following some procedures. We do have a great record of making people happy facing issues with the share certificates. We can make your share certificates into actual cash. Contacting us makes your time worthwhile and shares worthful.
Are old stocks worth anything?
Same as the old shares certificates, old stocks are worthful if their present value is in uptrend in the market. These old stocks are stored in the name of share certificates. So old stocks are all time worthy at the respective ratio of the invested fund in stocks.
Are physical shares still valid?
To put in actual words, physical shares now are only valid when they are dematerialised. After DEMAT accounts are introduced into the stock world, physical shares are held from being issued for the newly bought shares. But the old physical shares are still valid and are ought to be dematerialised.
Can you sell shares without a certificate?
Shares can be sold without a certificate, only when the shares have duplicate proofs or as of now they can be sold after dematerialising the shares. You can easily sell shares without a certificate soon after the shares are registered in DEMAT account.
Can you withdraw from a share certificate?
As Shares certificates act as proof for the shares bought, they can be used to withdraw funds for which they value in the markets currently. Shares certificate can be dematerialised and the funds can be withdrawn from the DEMAT accounts and those funds will be directly credited into the bank account.