Why Are Public Private Equity Stocks Struggling?

Why Are Public Private Equity Stocks Struggling?

Author -- George Trager, Financial Markets Enthusiast, Editor of investbrain.net

The largest public private equity firms have overall had a rough time in the public markets over the past 3 years. As shown in the below chart, with the exception of Steve Schwarzman's Blackstone Group, the stock prices of the four other major private equity firms are in the negative territory over a three year period - for comparison sake, the S&P 500 index is up 32% over this same period.

The significant . . .


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