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        Shares

See Ordinary shares, Preference shares, Securities.

Certificates or book entries representing ownership in a corporation or similar entity.

Certificates representing ownership in a corporation.

Shares are issued by a company to raise money. Unlike bonds, which are a straightforward loan, shares give you ownership of part of the company. Most shares are listed on a stock exchange, which makes them easy to buy and sell, although dealing costs may be expensive, which is another attraction of investing in a unit trust as the costs are shared with lots of others.

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Shares \ See Ordinary shares, Preference shares, Securities.

Certificates or book entries representing ownership in a corporation or similar entity.

Certificates representing ownership in a corporation.

Shares are issued by a company to raise money. Unlike bonds, which are a straightforward loan, shares give you ownership of part of the company. Most shares are listed on a stock exchange, which makes them easy to buy and sell, although dealing costs may be expensive, which is another attraction of investing in a unit trust as the costs are shared with lots of others.


Shares / see ordinary shares, preference shares, securities.

certificates or book entries representing ownership in a corporation or similar entity.

certificates representing ownership in a corporation.

shares are issued by a company to raise money. unlike bonds, which are a straightforward loan, shares give you ownership of part of the company. most shares are listed on a stock exchange, which makes them easy to buy and sell, although dealing costs may be expensive, which is another attraction of investing in a unit trust as the costs are shared with lots of others.