rukawa Posted January 24, 2017 Share Posted January 24, 2017 What is shareholder activism? Basically I consider it shareholders bothering management until they do what you want. Normally shareholder activists are hedge funds or professionals and they buy a certain percentage of stock, have some demands and then bother management. Sometime they force management to do something by acquiring enough board seats that management has to do something..but often they don't even do that. I propose a different model. What I am basically suggesting is that we organize on this board regular shareholder activist type sessions for candidate companies. We post their IR phone number, email etc and we all go and keep bothering them for a period of time. There are hundreds of us at least and if we encouraged each other, share information I think by shear numbers we could accomplish some things for small companies. Plus I think it would just be fun. We could also synchronize with small investment blogs and reddit's Security Analysis blog. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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