Hi everyone. I am new member here and would like to open a debate for something that I believe is in everyone’s interest, after all everyone wants to get the best income from their shares. Currently, as a member of Freetrade informed me, if you liquidate one or more of your shares the brokerage system will sell your oldest shares. So, for example, if you own two Shopify shares, the oldest being the lowest value stock, you will have after the sale the highest value stock and, of course, the lowest yield on the stock that was sold. As an investor I think that in this way we not only lose yields, but we are also stuck to the possibility of selling some shares when the oldest is the lowest value, so I believe that the best for everyone would be the system would always sell the stock of higher value, because this way we would preserve the high yield.
Finally, I would like to hear everyone’s opinion and ask Freetrade to evaluate a possible change in this sales system.
Sorry if the topic title got weird it’s my first time.