Common Stock

Business / Accounting / Common Stock: The most frequently issued class of stock: usually it provides a voting right but is secondary to preferred stock in dividend and liquidation rights.

Other Words for Common

Common Noun Synonyms: ordinary, everyday, commonplace, prosaic,ual, familiar, customary, prevalent, frequent, run-of-the-mill, general, normal, standard, conventional, regular, routine, stock, average, proverbial, plain, simple, garden-variety, common or garden
Common Adjective Synonyms: mutual, reciprocal, joint, shared

Other Words for Stock

Stock Adjective Synonyms: livestock, (domestic or farm) animals, cattle, beasts, horses, cows, oxen, sheep, goats
Stock Noun Synonyms: pedigree, bloodline, house, dynasty, (line of) descent, genealogy, extraction, roots, lineage, family, ancestry, parentage, breeding, heritage
Stock Verb Synonyms: supply, store, inventory, stockpile, reserve, reservoir, cache, hoard, wares, merchandise, goods, selection, assortment, range, variety, array

Convertible Adjustable Preferred Stock (Caps)

Business / Finance / Convertible Adjustable Preferred Stock (Caps): Goldman Sachs index of the 100 convertibles of greatest institutional importance. Weighted by issue size, it measures the performance of its components against that of their underlying common stock an MORE

Stock Insurance Company

Business / Finance / Stock Insurance Company: An option in which the underlying is a common stock index. MORE

Convertible Preferred Stock

Business / Accounting / Convertible Preferred Stock: Preferred stock that can be converted to common stock at a specified conversion rate. MORE

Stock Power

Business / Finance / Stock Power: An option whose underlying asset is the common stock of a corporation. MORE

Stock Record

Business / Finance / Stock Record: An evaluation by a rating agency of the expected financial performance or inherent risk of common stocks. MORE

Common Stock Equivalents

Business / Finance / Common Stock Equivalents: A convertible security that is traded like an equity issue because the optioned common stock is trading at a high price. MORE