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    ANALYSIS OF COMMON AND PREFERRED STOCKHOLDERS

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    Are you more likely to choose to become a preferred shareholder over a common shareholder? why?

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    Question:

    Are you more likely to choose to become a preferred shareholder over a common shareholder? Why?

    Answer:

    The two most fundamental categories of stock are common stock and preferred stock, which differ in the rights that they confer upon their owners.

    Common Stock

    Companies generally have far more common stock than preferred stock. A common stock provides its holder partial ownership and voting rights in a company. The shareholder also has a right to receive dividends. ...

    Solution Summary

    A description of the two main forms of shareholders, preferred and common. A clear explanation of each form of shareholding and a distinction between the two.

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