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By Anonymous Questions, February 27, 2015

An interesting company –how to buy. Is this available through Schwab or Fidelity

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Travis Johnson, Stock Gumshoe
March 4, 2015 9:29 am

Pershing Square Holdings is a closed-end fund, with hedge fund compensation to Pershing Square (Bill Ackman). It is traded primarily in Amsterdam on the Euronext, where it listed in October, at PSH. US investors may also be able to trade it using their (relatively new) pink sheets symbol, PSHZF, but it is very low volume and “grey market” so be wary — for these kinds of stocks I always use limit orders based on the trading price in the home market, and only trade during hours when both the home listing and the NYSE are open simultaneously since that’s when prices are likelier to be fair. The pink sheet listing is difficult to buy and, if things turn against it for any reason and it’s falling, it may be even more difficult to sell quickly — so be careful. The fund reports its net asset value weekly and investment performance monthly at http://pershingsquareholdings.com/

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