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Owning '''One share''' of a [[company]] makes you an owner enititleing you to attend [[share holder meeting]]s. To speak and to vote there. Buying one share of any company is a sane usage for any extra [[financial capital]] that any [[Consumerium association]] (or [[Consumerium nonprofit]]) may have acquired that is not required to run the basic [[Consumerium Services]]
 
Owning '''One share''' of a [[company]] makes you an owner enititleing you to attend [[share holder meeting]]s. To speak and to vote there. Buying one share of any company is a sane usage for any extra [[financial capital]] that any [[Consumerium association]] (or [[Consumerium nonprofit]]) may have acquired that is not required to run the basic [[Consumerium Services]]
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More information on how and what to affect with one or more shares:
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* [[w:Activist shareholder]]
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* [[w:Environmental, social and corporate governance]], often abbreviated ESG

Latest revision as of 12:03, 4 February 2019

Owning One share of a company makes you an owner enititleing you to attend share holder meetings. To speak and to vote there. Buying one share of any company is a sane usage for any extra financial capital that any Consumerium association (or Consumerium nonprofit) may have acquired that is not required to run the basic Consumerium Services

More information on how and what to affect with one or more shares: