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Answered: COMPUTER TELEPHONE CO. OF CHICAGO, INC. stock cetificates

Even if the company is no longer around under that name, you should ask a stockbroker what happened to it. It may have been merged or bought out. There may be some value. My guess is that the stock certificates might be worth only a dollar each as decoration.

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Tell her you are not a salable item and have an intense fear of high shelves.

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Answered: What happens if a person doesn't pay a small claims settlement?

Also, the creditor can report an unpaid debt to the credit bureaus, which will hurt your credit rating.

Answered: What is the stock worth for Andromeda Inc. purchased in 1964? Company was

Google this company to see what stock exchange they are on and their symbol then google them for a price.

Answered: Why doesn t whirlpool stock split

Splitting a stock doesn't make it more valuable; a 2:1 split gives you twice as many shares, but they are only worth half what the old ones were. The stock exchange prefers stock prices between 10 and 100, but they don't require it. Some companies like Google have share prices over 800 but still do ...
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Stocks

It is not safe to have ALL of your money in any one investment. Keep enough in a government insured savings account to get you through any emergency that may arise. You can keep the remainder in stocks if you like but it would be best to learn the basics of stock market investing. http://homemade ...

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Stock market is basically a equity market or we can say that its an public entity for the trading of the company stock.Its also a loose network or a transaction not a discrete entity.

What happens when preferred shares are converted to common share stock

The text book says: Preferred shares are usually purchased with intent to provide a constant stream of return. They are a hybrid of common shares and bonds. They generally pay a fixed dividend, owners do not have voting rights in the company, dividends from taxable corporations are eligible for ...