$SRNE When I do an in-like transfer from one place to another, and then if I were to sell my shares at a loss, does the place I did the transfer to properly carry the documentation over, or does the place I transferred from have the actual loss / gain based on average buy in price. My Sorrento situation is kind of tricky - I bailed some shares out when it hit $20 in June. So while my "true" buy in based on share cost average is $7.33, according to my new broker it's actually $9.25 based on the fact when I bought back in on the shares I sold at $18 bought back in anywhere from $5 to $11. More tiered towards $5 recently but did initially buy some in back at $11 thinking I was taking profits and it would go even higher than $21. Hindsight is 20/20. What I'm asking is - if Fidelity doesn't know the "full" picture, and they think my average price per share is higher due to the profit taking / buying back in.... it could kind of go in my favor for extra loss credit...