stock with

stock (something) with (something else)

To fill something or some place with a store or supply of some commodity. Make sure you stock the bunker with bottled water and non-perishable foods. We try to stock our shelves with produce grown by local farmers wherever possible.
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stock something (up) with something

to load something with a supply of something. Let's stock the wine cellar with good vintages this year. We will stock up our wine cellar with whatever is on sale.
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On July 14, 1999, SMI granted him options to purchase 275,000 shares of its common stock with an exercise price of 10 cents per share.
Companies offering significant dividends, which suppress pure share price growth, should offer restricted stock with dividend rights in order to reflect total returns.
The optimal strategy, therefore, may be to combine less risky restricted stock with riskier "leveraged stock options," or LSOs as I call them--options for which the exercise price is posted 30 to 50 percent over the grant date share price in order to set aside a required shareholder return before management participates.
For example, assume that a partnership owns cash of $1 million, mortgaged property with a fair market value of $10 million subject to debt of $9 million, corporate stock with a value of $2 million, and tangible personal property worth $4 million but subject to purchase money debt of $3 million.
Incomplete wetting, as in a stock with scorch time lower than tc, result in weak boundary layers of rubber around the cords.
Shareholders have to wonder why they're paying top executives millions of dollars a year if all they do is buy back stock with the cash the company earns." If more reporters, analysts, and investors began to see through the buyback's sham virtues, more CEOs would start investing in innovation-which would mean a dividend not just for captains of industry and their stockholders, but for dwindling American competitiveness, too.
Example 2: Helen is the sole shareholder of an S corporation that has one class of voting common stock with a $100,000 FMV.
* If available, sell stock with a large regular tax (and AMT) capital gain in the same year as selling the ISO shares.
However, a stock with a high P/E is not always considered a good buy because it could be overvalued and will have to make money to justify its high P/E ratio.
These are full recapitalizations of a company so they're pretty complex transactions." There are also fees for a CPA firm to register the tracking stock with the SEC and for the SEC registration.
Thus, upon the subsequent acquisition, the acquiring group inherits the debt of the acquired corporation, while the proceeds of such debt are retained by the "selling" group.(54) Another feature that has appeared in such transactions is a recapitalization of the interests of the old shareholders of the acquired corporation, converting their stock from common stock to nonvoting preferred stock or stock with voting rights that are disproportionate to the value of such stock, and the simultaneous issuance of voting common stock to the acquiring corporation.(55)
Moreover, because this concept does not require recognition of gain on the shares tendered, an insider can realize limited profits in company stock with no tax cost.
The subsidiary is then treated as purchasing its parent's stock with the money received from the parent and its employees.
If an ISO is exercised with previously acquired shares, resulting in a basis allocation between shares deemed acquired in exchange under section 1036 and other shares as described above, and there is then a disqualifying disposition of some of the shares acquired pursuant to the ISO, the stock with the lowest basis is deemed to be disposed of.(28)
The ESOP bought all the convertible preferred stock with funds borrowed from banks and the corporation.