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Full Stock - Full Stock is a stock that can be a common stock security or preferred stock security. These stock securities have traded on the stock market successfully. Stock securities have issued with a zero par value at the start of the trading day. The value price fluctuation in preferred stock or in common stock is pre-determined through tax accounting measures that were pre-set utilizing simple accounting measures. The Stock security does not have a zero balance at the opening bell. It is zero when purchased direct from the issuing company. In general it begins trading at one hundred dollars per share.

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