Benefits from ideal shareholder base

Long-Term Orientated Investors May Boost Performance [STUDY]

A company whose shareholder base is dominated by short-term investors can’t focus on strategic decisions, according to a new study undertaken by Stanford Business.

The study was conducted by Stanford Business in partnership with the National Investor Relations Institute by surveying 138 investor relations professionals at North American companies to ascertain the impact that shareholder base can have on corporate decision making.
Companies prefer long-term investors . . .


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