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Better Trading, Better Valuation For Community Banks

Posted On August 13, 2015 | by Kristine Walczak

“Banks are really all the same”. This is the last thing any of us want to hear about our business.   The beauty of a community bank is that it is all about the community. Typically your […]

Hype or Hush: The Pros and Cons of Going Public Part 3: Tick Size

Posted On June 24, 2015 | by Kristine Walczak

Today’s stock market is nearly transaction cost-free and overrun by trading schemes that can displace individual investors. While competition reduces trading costs for investors, it can have negative consequences for IPOs. Tick size, or the price increment […]

Hype or Hush: The Pros and Cons of Going Public Part 2: JOBS Act

Posted On May 27, 2015 | by Kristine Walczak

The IPO market continued its moderate pace in the first quarter of 2015, producing 28 IPOs. Of the 28 IPOs in 2015, return ranges from a loss of 32% of value to a return of almost 230%. […]

More solar news. First, what is billed as the largest solar array in Michigan and the second largest solar carport in the Midwest, second only to the 1.1 MW solar carport at Ohio’s Cincinnati Zoo: The new […]

It’s being billed as the “world’s largest solar power development,” the joint construction effort started in January by Berkshire Hathaway’s MidAmerican Solar and SunPower Corp. north of downtown Los Angeles in Kern and Los Angeles counties. Officially […]

Struggling Solar Stocks at Risk of Being Delisted

Posted On September 26, 2012 | by AllenCaron

The announcement this week that China-based Suntech Power Holdings (NYSE: STP), which bills itself as “the world’s largest producer of solar panels,” is at risk of being delisted by the New York Stock Exchange, cannot be good […]

Muddy Waters made headlines this month. Not the revered blues guitarist and singer, who died in 1983. We’re talking about Muddy Waters Research, a firm that apparently has “developed the knowledge and contacts to navigate China’s muddy waters,” […]

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