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If I own stock in a US company, can I participate in shareholder voting?
If I own stock in a US company, can I participate in shareholder voting?
Updated over a week ago

Yes.

If you have ownership in a US company, no matter how small, and you meet the criteria as an eligible voting shareholder, you will be invited to express your opinion on any ongoing decisions made by the company.

Your vote will be sent to the vote tabulator, and the company will determine how they handle the input from fractional shareholders, based on their internal policies.

This may involve taking your opinions into consideration or deciding not to consider them at all.

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