On Saturday July 14th, Harry Potter mania will be raging on the Hollywood Stock Exchange. One of the most popular Internet games will be releasing the stock for the final Harry Potter book, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows.
The Hollywood Stock Exchange will be releasing the stock at H90 a share, which essentially means that it will be released for 90 credit dollars a share. There are many players that will be signing on early in the morning to make sure that they are able to grab up as many shares as they can afford before they sell out.
The maximum that can be bought is 50,000 shares, and trading will begin at 8 a.m. With the past history of shares of Harry Potter movies going up thirty percent or more in the first few days, many players will be interested in padding their Hollywood Stack Exchange portfolio with as many chares as they can.
On Saturdays at noon, players are able to make trades without any commissions coming out of their portfolio. This period lasts until noon on Sunday. There are many players that will wait until this period to buy their shares of the last Harry Potter movie, but there is a good chance that the shares will be gone by that point.
New stocks on the Hollywood Stock Exchange do not increase in value until the second day of trading. Anyone who decides to wait until Sunday to buy their shares in the last Harry Potter movie will most likely find that the price has skyrocketed like it has in the past.
With the fact that there are over 1.6 million traders on the Hollywood Stock Exchange, there is a good chance that the site will be running very slow on Saturday morning as people scramble to sign onto the site to buy shares of the last Harry Potter movie. I would suggest that a trader get up very early to attempt to sign onto the site before the large influx of traffic comes.
There is a very good chance that if a person tries to sign on later to the Hollywood Stock Exchange that they may have difficulty in their attempt. Granted, there are many computers and servers that run the site, but Saturday will be one of the busiest days in the web site’s history.
There are some people that are even considering selling off large amounts of their stocks on Friday night to make sure that they have the room ready in their Hollywood Stock Exchange portfolio for the last Harry Potter movie. Expect there to be a strong decrease in profits by the morning.
If you are a member of the Hollywood Stock Exchange and know that you are a little short of the money that you will need to buy the shares that you want for the Harry Potter movie, I do have a suggestion. Shares for The Box went on sale this morning. It stars Cameron Diaz, and it is trading for H20 today. There is a good chance that it will go up a lot by tomorrow morning. Invest what you can in this stock to increase your money for the morning.
It will be interesting to see if there are any complaints tomorrow in the forum of the Hollywood Stock Exchange about issues with not being able to sign on, or purchase shares of the last Harry Potter movie. Make sure that you remember that the early bird gets the worm.