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Capital shares

A type of share issued by a split capital investment company which can deliver high capital growth, but at a very high risk.  Capital shares don’t pay any income.

A type of share issued by a split capital investment company which can deliver high capital growth, but at a very high risk.  Capital shares don’t pay any income.

Capital shares are last in the order of priority when the company is wound up. Holders of capital shares only receive what’s left over when all the other types of shareholders have been paid what they are entitled to. Because of this, they are one of the highest risk types of shares issued by investment companies. If you buy capital shares and things don’t go well, you could lose all your money.

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