For more and more companies, the road to future expansion does not include an initial public offering. According to this insightful article from journalist and private equity investor Morgan Housel, the short-term pressures of reporting to shareholders are driving CEOs to seek financing alternatives. And as the number of publicly traded stocks shrinks, investors must look to getting greater returns from fewer companies. getAbstract recommends this thought-provoking report to investors and to executives considering initial public offerings or private equity funding.
In this summary, you will learn
- Why fewer companies are going public,
- Why that presents a problem for investors and
- What actions might encourage a long-term investor mind-set.
About the Author
Morgan Housel is a financial journalist, a private equity investor and a partner at the Collaborative Fund, a leading capital source for entrepreneurs.
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