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Preferred stock, also called preferred shares or preference shares, is typically a higher ranking stock than voting shares, and its terms are negotiated between the corporation and the investor. Preferred stockholders will be paid out in assets before common stockholders and after debt holders in bankruptcy. A single company may issue several classes of preferred stock; for example “Series A-B-C Preferred". In the U.S., there are two types of preferred stocks: straight and convertible.
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