Unlisted Securities

Unlisted investments are investments into shares of companies or assets that are not traded on the open market.
Listed Securities are shares and other securities traded through an exchange like BSE, NSE, etc.

Every time a company goes public to offer their shares, they have to choose a listing exchange. The company has to meet the exchange requirements and pay the entry and yearly listing fees.

The listing requirements for these exchanges and platforms are stringent, and some companies don’t fulfill them.

The companies that don’t get listed on any trading platform are traded through the over-the-counter (OTC) market are called Unlisted Securities.
Unlisted Securities are less liquid than listed securities as they don’t get traded on any exchange. The most common unlisted security is penny stocks, which sell for meager prices. Some of the unlisted security are the foreign companies unwilling to file reports with the SEC.

The risk with investing in unlisted securities is that some companies might have a risky business plan. Others might be a business idea that has no plan for success. The risk is higher than the listed securities as the investor has liquidity concerns.

Our experts at WealthVault come with years of experience in trading listed and unlisted securities. With our portfolio management services, we can make investments for you in various listed and unlisted securities to ensure maximum returns for you.

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