Post by Fringe Pioneer on Apr 21, 2011 13:06:27 GMT
Click on the link in the first post to the Google's real-time graph of NASDAQ shares, find the price of the current share, subtract 2000 from it, and divide the result by two. That will be how much you would have to pay...
Post by Fringe Pioneer on Apr 25, 2011 17:48:36 GMT
When I go through the calculations, I get that the cost of 3 stocks from 18:24 is 1,232 Dan-Balls. My calculation for the gain of 5 stocks is the same.
In essence, your transaction comes down to selling 2 of your shares, which should come as the sum of the sale of 5 and the acquisition of 3, which should come to 2053 - 1232 = 821 Dan-Balls. As such, I will merely reflect the first post to say you only have two shares and will add 821 Dan-Balls to your account.
EDIT: I'm also supposed to have 7 shares. Either give me them, or grant me half the price for 5 shares [1,031 Danballs].
1 + 4 - 5 + 3 + 1 5 - 5 + 3 + 1 0 + 3 + 1 3 + 1 4
You are supposed to have 4 shares, not 7. The first post needs edited to indicate that you have 4, not 2. Despite the error on the first post, I did in fact do the transactions correctly. You are not owed any money.
As a matter of fact, because of your successfully transmitted tone of post, in addition to your erratic math, I think I will charge you a negligence fee of one stock's worth of Dan-Balls...