classified stock

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Noun1.classified stock - common stock classified as A or B where A has certain advantages (e.g., voting power) that B does not
common shares, common stock, ordinary shares - stock other than preferred stock; entitles the owner to a share of the corporation's profits and a share of the voting power in shareholder elections; "over 40 million Americans invest in common stocks"
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Ameriprise recommended and sold these customers more expensive mutual fund share classes when less expensive share classes were available.
In addition to the R6 share class, all 25 Sterling Capital mutual funds are available in A, C and Institutional share classes.
Fidelity Investments launched a new short-term bond index fund and two lower-priced institutional share classes for three of its existing bond index funds.
Regardless of the outcome of the Department of Labor's fiduciary rule, investment management companies' adoption of new share classes to comply with the rule may reduce conflicted advice, resulting in more money in investors' pockets.
Amid a persisting trend toward lower-cost and more transparent share classes, as well as the recent Department of Labor (DOL) conflict of interest rule, the R6 share, which typically has no revenue sharing (e.
A 401 (k) lawsuit targeting investment advice and self-directed brokerage accounts was recently brought against Fidelity Management Trust Company (Fidelity) based on the premise that Fidelity is a plan fiduciary because it selects which share classes are made available in the self-directed accounts, thus exercising discretion over plan asset investment (Fleming v.
Emirates MENA Fixed Income Fund moves to daily trading, making it the largest daily traded fund of its kind; new GBP-denominated share classes added to several funds managed by Emirates NBD Asset Management.
The company said that it has launched Sterling, Euro and Swiss Franc share classes in its Stenham Trading Fund.
Those share classes include multiples of classes that appear in different funds.
These "clean" share classes, Szapiro said, "have a different structure" than typical mutual fund share classes, and the innovation "won't stop there.
Selecting inappropriate and imprudent mutual fund and separate pooled account share classes when lower expense share classes were available for the same investments,