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Equities & Funds A La Shmoop (or Just More Stuff You and Bubbie Have to Know for the 63)

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Equities & Funds A La Shmoop (or Just More Stuff You and Bubbie Have to Know for the 63)

Greetings, fellow traveler. You hold in your hand the incomparable Shmoop 101 primer on equities and investment companies. We are about to embark on a journey through the world of company ownership and mutual fund hullabaloo. Please, hang on tight.

Common Stock

Common stock represents a slice of pie – ownership in a company. Today, you can buy one share of Google for about $500. Google has about 330 million shares outstanding, meaning that there are 330 million slices in the GOOG pie (GOOG is t...

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