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 What are penny shares?

Answer The definition of a penny stock has been changed by the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) from a stock that trades less than $1 to a stock that trades less than $5.Why $5?Even though a stock... Read More »
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Authorized Shares Vs. Issued Shares?

When forming a corporation, its charter must specify the maximum number of shares it is authorized to issue, although the company does not have to issue all the shares at once. It usually issues en... Read More »
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How to Buy Shares in BSE?

BSE, or BlackRock New York Insured Municipal Bond Fund, is a non-diversified, closed-end, municipal bond trust. BSE allocates 80 percent of its funds to AAA-rated New York municipal bonds and the o... Read More »
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How to Buy GE Shares?

GE, or General Electric, is a large company that runs a variety of different businesses, ranging from electronic companies to movie studios. It is a public company, allowing individual investors to... Read More »
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How old do you need to be to buy shares?

You must be at least 18 years old to purchase stock or any other security, according to New York State Society of CPAs. However, parents or guardians can put stock in a minor's name until the child... Read More »
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