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I recieved an offer to purchase. what do I do?

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Hi Everone, New to the stock market, and only have a few hundred invested. one stock I own is at ~7 per share, but I just recieved an offer to purchase for almost quadruple that. This is part of a merger agreement for the company I am investing in to become a subsidary. Explain this to me as if I have no knowledge of the stock market and I have no idea what I am doing. I think i was just in the right place at the right time, as I'm just poking around on Robinhood making a couple bucks at a time. Why wouldn't I take this offer? It seems too good to be true, or am I missing something. Also, what is going to happen to my shares if I decline?   submitted by   /u/Mouse1515 [link]   [comments]


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