What will be the impact of Google creating a third class of stock?
The more I think about this, the more it makes my stomach churn. It seems like the shares with voting rights should be valued more than the new class of stock, but I'm getting the impression that this is like a 2-1 split, where the number of shares I hold doubles and the value of those shares splits in half. However, because the new class of stock won't have voting rights, I'm guessing people won't be willing to pay as much for it. I'm curious what the people smarter than me have to say about this.
by Thomas Byers5 years ago
Above Is The London Necropolis Train Back When It Was RunningThe train for dead people. It was the end of the line for thousands of Londoners in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. It was a railway dedicated to...
by Whitney3 months ago
investing in penny stocks
by jasenpages7 years ago
If you could go back in time, say 10 years ago, what would you invest your money in?I would buy a crapload of Apple stock, I read in an article about a year ago that if you had spent $400 buying Apple stock back in 2001...
by irenev178 years ago
mean buying stock in a band or writer, photographer, even a filmmaker. Not in the traditional 'fund-raiser' sense, but actual shares of digital media.
by Max Dalton5 years ago
How do I buy stock in an IPO I'm interested in before it hits the market?I always see companies I'd love to own stock in, but often have to wait a few days, months or years for an opportunity to buy shares at what I...
by William Thomas6 years ago
When one "shorts" a stock, is that like betting on a horse to come in third instead of first?
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