What are ordinary shares?
Ordinary shares is a type of security or property title that represents an ownership interest in a company. When a company decides to split into shares, these common shares are offered to the public or to private investors to raise capital and finance their operations.
They are a form of investment that allows you to own a part of a company and participate in its benefits and decisions. When you buy common shares, you acquire rights and obligations as a shareholder, such as the right to vote or dividends.