Who is the owner of record for shares of stock that have been loaned?

Answer The owner of record for loaned stocks (stock used as collateral to secure a loan from another party) is the beneficial purchaser. The stock temporarily transfers to the lender who does have full ti... Read More »

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What do the outstanding shares have to do with a stock?

Investors hear terms like outstanding shares, authorized shares and "the float" quite often. Knowing the amount of outstanding shares helps investors determine a company's market capitalization.Aut... Read More »

How many million shares of stock are traded on the New York Stock Exchange daily?

About 2,000 million exchanges are made every day on the New York Stock Exchange. In March 2010, the average daily volume was 2,128,546,521 shares traded daily. The number of shares traded changes e... Read More »

My vast accumulation of stock shares in Fluffin International Inc. have gone up in smoke, when should I jump?

Don't jump! As your broker, I can tell you that FII will experience a rebound in the third quarter of 2012. You have to be in this for the long haul. Here's some inside dope...they are on the verge... Read More »

What is the Difference Between Preferred Stock & Preferred Trust Stock Shares?

Financial securities are legal documents that represent a financial asset. Preferred stock is a broad class of financial securities that has special rules and privileges. Each company decides the ... Read More »