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06 August 2021
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Can someone explain what is happening with my High Tide Stock

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17/05/2021 - 18:01

I have 300 shares of HITIF which I bought and hold through TD. Last week the stock code disappeared and displayed as random numbers and letters and TD showed my stock as a total loss but has no data on anything else. It still shows I own 300 shares. I know HITI took a big step into getting listed on NASDAQ and went into consolidation. The way it was explained to me is that every 8 shares you own you get 1 in return after consolidation. A friend of mine uses another trading service (fidelity) I think and he said in Sunday his listing displayed as normal. On TD it still shows as a total loss and random numbers/letters for the stock code. So do I need to be patient? Did I lose all my shares? What is going on here?   submitted by   /u/Jordan_1424 [link]   [comments]


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