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Series 7 1.2

Stock

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Two types of stock Common and Preferred
What kind of stock represents equity ownership in a corporation, but it usually does not have the same voting rights or appreciation potential as common stock. Preferred Stock
Preferred stock normally pays? A fixed, semiannual dividend and has priority claims over common stock; that is, the preferred is paid first if a company declares bankruptcy.
Common Stock can be classified as: Authorized, issued, outstanding, and treasury.
A stock that refers to a specific number of shares the company has authorization to issue or sell. Authorized Stock
Stock that has been authorized and distributed to investors. Issued Stock
Stock which includes any shares that a company has issued but has not repurchased--that is, stock that is investor owned. Outstanding Stock
Stock a corporation has issued and subsequently repurchased from he public. Treasury Stock
Issued stock - treasury stock = ? Outstanding Stock
Created by: csams91 on 2011-01-19



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