After the spin-off of Hamilton Beach Brands from NACCO Industries I now own an equal number of A and B shares of Hamilton. Now here's the thing; the B shares have an interesting provision wherein they give a holder 10 votes a share (compared to 1 per share for A) but get converted to A shares if they are ever sold.
How is it possible to have a market for these shares? Anybody who "buys" a B share would actually get an A share. Is the market for these shares simply the market for the A shares, so you would sell your B shares at the market price of A?