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2.1 - Is there a specific order to buying and selling on your turn?

1800 No.
1812, 1824, 1826, 1827 Jr., 1831, 1841, 1842, 1844, 1846, 1849, 1851, 1854, 1858, 1860, 1861, 1862, 1862EA, 1865 Sardinia, 1873, 1880, 1893, 1895, 1898, 18Ardennes, 18EU, 18FL, 18GL, 18Neb, 18PA, 18Rhl Rhineland, 18Ruhr, 18Scan, 18US, 18VA, 18West, 2038, Steam Over Holland Sell then buy.
1825, 1829, 1830BC, 1835, 1838 Rheinland, 1853, 1853 v2, 18MW, Poseidon No (i.e. sell-buy-sell).
1829 Mainline Shares can be sold at the beginning of a stock ROUND (not each turn). Shares may then be purchased from a number of sources.
1830 Sell then buy, or buy then sell. But the author's intention was to allow sell-buy-sell, and many people, also the computer version, allow this.
1832, 1837SX, 1850, 1856, 1870, 1889, 18C2C, 18Dixie, 18EC, 18EZ Levels 2 and 3, 18GA, 18Mex, 18MS, 18NL, 18NY, 18TN Sell then buy, or buy then sell.
1837 Paul Work's translation of the German rules reads '.. a player may buy one certificate and may sell as many shares as desired. Either or both actions may be carried out in any order.' Interpretations of this differ. Stuart Dagger's translation reads '.. They may buy or sell during their turn in whichever order they please.'
1876v2 Sell then buy, or buy then sell but no "panic selling".
18EZ Level 1 Not applicable (no share dealing).
Crisis No (i.e. sell-buy-sell). Moreover, a company may not both buy and sell shares in the same company in the same round.
Rolling Stock Sell or buy.

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