Investor Suffrage Movement

@article{Holton2006InvestorSM,
  title={Investor Suffrage Movement},
  author={Glyn A. Holton},
  journal={Financial Analysts Journal},
  year={2006},
  volume={62},
  pages={15 - 20}
}
Recent market crashes and financial scandals are symptomatic of a capitalism in which shareholders have lost control over the corporations they own. To reassert control, shareholders must overcome obstacles that prevent them from voting their shares. The solution is to form a “proxy exchange” through which investors can conveniently secure, transfer, aggregate, and exercise their voting rights. Recent market crashes and financial scandals are symptomatic of a capitalism in which shareholders… Expand
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