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 mdsvtr 
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I am just wondering, how you go about cashing out of an account that you have your money in, to trade Bitcoin, Litecoin, etc...
Say you have $500 in an account and are holding Bitcoins in that account, and you then make a profit of $200.....
How do you go avbout requesting and getting that $200 profit sent to you via a check or bank transfer ?

Thanks much everyone, really appreciate it - Michael

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I am just wondering, how you go about cashing out of an account that you have your money in, to trade Bitcoin, Litecoin, etc...
Say you have $500 in an account and are holding Bitcoins in that account, and you then make a profit of $200.....
How do you go avbout requesting and getting that $200 profit sent to you via a check or bank transfer ?

Thanks much everyone, really appreciate it - Michael

You would need to sell the shares. Then request a check or ACH transfer from your broker.

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