Davidson's Individual Investor
Group upon closing and Andrew Crowell, president of Crowell, Weedon and Co., will become vice chairman of D.A.
Our evidence shows that reducing the information that firms are required to disclose before an IPO leads to a statistically and economically significant decrease in individual investor
participation in the IPO.
Davidson names head of Individual Investor
In this paper, we make an attempt to link the above two streams of literature regarding disposition effect-induced momentum and the disposition effect's predominance as an individual investor
Ryan used the occasion to encourage the insurance industry, as proven managers of trillions of dollars in long-term assets, to bring leadership and clarity to a retirement environment which has largely become the responsibility, of the individual investor
While individual investor
fervor for stock trading has waned, institutional investors are becoming increasingly interested in the legions of undercovered and ignored mid-cap and small-cap stocks in Japan, as the pool of "restructuring," "buyout" and "revitalization" investment funds continues to grow, while the Japanese government continues to lower barriers to more active M & A activity.
Bunge Europe owns a 50 percent stake in EWICO, with the remaining shares owned by an individual investor
. "This strategic acquisition is part of Bunge's continued expansion in Eastern Europe," said Jean-Louis Gourbin, CEO of Bunge Europe.
They say the market as a whole is smarter than any individual investor
. Therefore, it ought to be exponentially smarter than any one political pundit.
Recently, American Metal Market profiled one individual investor
who is portrayed by his detractors as buying metals production facilities, then squeezing out material while neglecting capital improvements to keep the plants viable on a long-term basis.
In effect, the individual investor
was relegated to the status of a second-class citizen.
(JAK601) JONATHAN STEINBERG, CEO of INDIVIDUAL INVESTOR
GROUP INC, describes the company's business and its background; prospects for the industry, with positive and negative trends; competitive threats; strategic opportunities for the firm including its marketing plans and acquisition potential; management strength and organization; and the financial prospects of the firm looking forward.
Shelley Taylor, whose international management consulting and business publishing firm publishes a biennial study on corporate disclosure practices and individual investor
needs, states that the annual report is considered the single most important corporate source of information to European investors and the fourth most important source to American investors.