What Are Series Of Shares?

Definition of Series A Shares.


Series A Shares means the Series A redeemable convertible preferred shares, par value US$0.01 per share, of the Company.

What is a stock series?

Definition of series a preferred stock

Series A Preferred Stock is the first round of stock offered during the seed or early stage round by a portfolio company to the venture capitalist. Series A preferred stock is convertible into common stock in certain cases such as an IPO or the sale of the company.

What is class and series shares?

The difference between Class A shares and Class B shares is usually in the number of voting rights assigned to the shareholder. Class A shares are common stocks, as are the vast majority of shares issued. When more than one class of stock is offered, companies traditionally designate them as Class A and Class B.

What is the difference between Class A and Class C stock?

GOOG stock represents Class C shares, while GOOGL stock represents Class A shares. Class C shares (GOOG) have no voting rights, while Class A shares (GOOGL) have one vote each. Class A shares will continue to trade on the exchange, however.

What are the different classes of shares?

Types of shares

  • Ordinary shares. Most companies only have one kind of shares, called ordinary shares.
  • Deferred shares. Deferred shares carry fewer rights than ordinary shares and can include:
  • Non-voting shares.
  • Redeemable shares.
  • Preference shares.
  • Management shares.
  • Alphabet shares.

What are the 4 types of stock?

Here are four types of stocks that every savvy investor should own for a balanced hand.

  1. Growth stocks. These are the shares you buy for capital growth, rather than dividends.
  2. Dividend aka yield stocks.
  3. New issues.
  4. Defensive stocks.

What are the three different types of stock?

Here are the three main types of stocks:

  • Common stock – Common stocks make up the majority of the buzz on Wall Street.
  • Preferred stock – Preferred stock is more like a bond than common stock.
  • Share classes – Within the boundaries of common or preferred shares there are different share classes.

What does class C shares mean?

Class C shares are a type of mutual fund shares. The main differentiating factor between class C shares and the other two mutual fund share classes is that class C shares are level-load. This means the total amount of money paid to the mutual fund is actually invested in shares.

What is a Class A common stock?

In finance, a class A share refers to a share classification of common or preferred stock that typically has weakened benefits with respect to dividends, asset sales, or voting rights compared to Class B or Class C shares. In a class A share, the sales load is up front, typically at most 5.75% of the amount invested.