One who owns shares of stock in a corporation or mutual fund. For corporations,...
One who is a holder or proprietor of stock in the public funds, or in the funds of a bank or other stock company.
Holder of equity shares in a firm.
Any employee who is always looking out for the company's interests.
The owner of stock in a corporation.
The owner of common or preferred stock.
A person who owns stock in a company. When you buy stock, you buy part ownership in a company. That means you can claim part of the company's earnings. Even as a part-owner, you do not have the right to walk into the company and tell people what to do. But you do have the right to vote for a board of directors that can tell people in the company what to do.
An individual or organization that owns common stock or preferred stock. Also called a shareholder. View LEI Lesson(s) that address this term
someone who holds shares of stock in a corporation
a person or entity that owns stock in a corporation
It is the US name for a shareholder
A stock holder is a person or organization that owns the stock and has the rights of ownership. Most often the stockholder is the person or organization that actually has possession of the stock certificates...hence the term stockholder. In large corporations, the rights of stockholders to CONTROL OF THE CORPORATON is very limited. The stockholder usually has only the right to vote the shares of stock. Generally there is one vote per share of stock. Most corporate charters and/or bylaws describe those things that must be voted on by all the stockholders. This is usually the election of major corporate officers and the board of directors and any major change in the way the corportion does business. They have no authority in the day-to-day operation of the corporation. Stockholders are paid as investors by cash or stock dividends based on the number of shares owned. The amount and type of dividends is usually determined by the board of directors. Most stockholders gain by holding the stock until the value per share increases and then they sell the stock. The buying and selling of stock is very tricky business.
An owner of a share of stock
This is an individual or corporate owner of stock equity in a corporation.
A person who owns shares of stock in a corporation.
An owner of part of a company. Also called a shareholder.
A holder or owner of shares of stock; also referred to as shareholder
The holder of shares in a corporation.
A person who owns stocks in a business; also called a shareholder.
One of the owners of a corporation who also holds a certain number of stock shares in a corporation
someone who owns shares in a company
A person or organization that owns one or more shares of stock in a corporation. S ame as shareholder.
An owner of a corporation and one who holds shares of stock in a corporation.
Someone who owns stock in a corporation or mutual fund. Stockholders earn dividends and typically have the right to vote for members of the board of directors and on other company matters; also known as shareholder . You can be a customer of a bank without having a stockholder's ownership rights; in contrast, credit union membership automatically makes you an owner.
A person who owns stock in a company and is eligible to share in profits and losses; same as shareholder.
A person or entity that owns shares of stock in a company.
A person or organization who owns stock in a company and, thus, partially owns that company. Also known as shareholder.
Refers to the owner of a company who has contributed cash or some other form of consideration in exchange for an ownership interest.