What is Stock acquisition non-open market?

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Stock acquisition in a non-open market is someone acquiring or obtaining an amount of stock on a private basis. It is a private exchange instead of available on the open market for others to purchase.
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Simply put, it is someone (usually an insider) purchases shares directly with a company. You will probably see this term on yahoo finance when looking at insider transactions. This
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"Acquisition (Non Open Market) at $0 per share" does indeed mean that they got the stock without paying for it. This is likely the result of an ESOP (emplyee stock option
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Chris, Thank you for your question! Unfortunately I am not familiar with the term 'non open market acquisition'. My specialty is in stock research and identifying possible investments
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In my experience, why get travellers cheques? You pay commission when you buy them; and commission when you exchange them. I simply take my plastic everywhere. It is an insured moneytary
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