Some of the ways of selling stock without using brokerage firms are through a transfer agent of the company where the stock is owned, direct purchase plans and selling directly to a friend, according to Zacks. Whenever s... More »

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Some examples of brokerage firms include TD Ameritrade, Charles Schwab and Fidelity Investments, according to International Investment Times. A brokerage firm coordinates buyers and sellers to complete transactions, taki... More »

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The top brokerage and investment firms include Charles Schwab, Fidelity Investments and TD Ameritrade, according to International Business Times. These firms help investors save for retirement and manage money wisely. Th... More »

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Tracking lost stock shares involves getting in touch with a transfer agent, checking to see if the company changed its name or was acquired, and seeing if the stock has been escheated, according to Zacks. It's best to ma... More »

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Complete the back of the stock certificate by filling in the required information before sending it to a brokerage for transfer, as Zacks.com notes. Endorse the certificate using the same exact wording of your name that ... More »

To buy shares of Walgreens stock, set up a brokerage account, search for the company, and initiate the appropriate purchase order, notes the Houston Chronicle. As of 2015, Walgreens trades under the ticker symbol WBA, ac... More »

To purchase a stock such as Nestle in the United States, open a brokerage account with a firm such as TD Ameritrade, Scottrade or Fidelity, deposit funds in the account and place your order, explains The Motley Fool. Nes... More »