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  1. Analyzing GE's Preferred Stock (GE)

    Learn why General Electric Company's new Series D Perpetual Preferred stock is an ...
  2. Google Stock: A Tale of Two Share Classes (GOOG, ...

    Google stock comes in two different flavors with different rights for shareholders. ...
  3. PGX: PowerShares Preferred ETF

    Read an in-depth analysis of the PowerShares Preferred ETF, a preferred share-based ...
  4. 3 ETFs that are Top Bets for Retirement in 2 ...

    Look at three ETFs that retirees or near-retirees should consider heading into 2 ...
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    Find out what types of capital are not considered share capital, including an explanation of the different types of share ...
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