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Convertible Preferred Stocks

Convertible preferred stocks are preferred shares with an option for conversion into a specific number of common shares at a later time. The majority of convertible preferred stock is swapped at the shareholder's desire, but occasionally there is a clause that enables the business, or issuer, to force the conversion. In the end, the performance of the common stock determines the value of a convertible preferred stock.

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