Small Businesses Remain Wary of IPOs

Jun 21, 2012 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: Wall Street Journal

As lawmakers press regulators to revamp the rules for initial public offerings, a new study shows few small firms are interested in going public.

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Tea Party Patriot

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Small firms are afraid of the dictator Obama and his rotten economy.

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The ---- have it all locked up. Why would you even invest unless you had inside information by being a ---? It's foolish. The game is fixed by the ----. The stock market was designed to get your money out of the bank and have you put it in a place where the ---- can get their hands on it. It's common knowledge now. I'm not telling you anything you don't know about the ----.
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Jun 22, 2012
 
Eighthman wrote:
The ---- have it all locked up. Why would you even invest unless you had inside information by being a ---? It's foolish. The game is fixed by the ----. The stock market was designed to get your money out of the bank and have you put it in a place where the ---- can get their hands on it. It's common knowledge now. I'm not telling you anything you don't know about the ----.
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Are you trying to convince people to invest in the stock market? Usually you are so far from reality that I can't even tell what you mean, but you are correct here. What gives?

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Don Joe wrote:
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Are you trying to convince people to invest in the stock market? Usually you are so far from reality that I can't even tell what you mean, but you are correct here. What gives?
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