On Average, Corporate Investors Hold Stocks For Half A Year

So called "Patient Investors" have stock holding periods of less than one year, and cor corporate investors it is even less than that, according to new research.

There's been plenty of research published on the topic of stock holding periods over the years. Most of the research shows holding periods have decreased on average from around eight years in the 1960s to less than a minute today (there's some debate around this figure as it . . .

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