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Plan - Part of retiring without losing your current benefits and standard of living is due to planning for your retirement and starting early. Today the social security people...

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Preemptive rights - Preemptive rights are rights that common share holders have, in order to maintain their fraction of ownership of the company. They have the right to buy a proportional portion of a future issue of common stock. These rights are considered valid by most states when they are issued in a corporation's charter. A charter is a document which contains details about the corporation, as well as the rights of the shareholders. These rights are called subscription rights, or subscription privileges. This only counts for current shareholders, new shareholder don't have preemptive rights when they buy stock for the first time.

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Definition of the Day Over the Counter

Over the Counter – the term over-the-counter is a security that has not met the requirements of the major exchanges so therefore not listed.  These securities are generally thought of as risky investments because they aren’t listed.  It could also be a very small or unstable fund too, which is...

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