Common Stock

A security that represents ownership in a corporation and entitles holders to elect directors and vote of significant corporate changes or policy. In liquidation, common stockholders have the lowest priority of right to corporate assets, and may be paid only after preferred shareholders, bondholders, and other debtors have been paid in full.

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