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Uhh.. Am I the only one who thought this ironic talking about cultural sensitivity but can't even offer the universal courteousy of offering Felix a cup?? It's so awkward for me watching a video guest ijust kinda staring and you guys all there just sip in your cup... At least you should have put the cup for visual props if Felix declined in the first place so it's not awkward to look at..
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Performance of A-shares.
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Current Dividend Preference.
Participating Preferred Stock.
Convertible Preferred Stock.
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Significance to Investors.