hi tjrc,Instead of being individual shares, units are groups of securities traded together. One unit I know of included a share of common stock, one Class A warrant, and one Class B warrant. Ways to break up units are usually specified at the time of issuance. You would need to call the company or find a proxy statement to get the details. (Sometimes you can find the terms of units in the footnotes of annual reports or 10-K filings.)Fool on,Warren
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