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    1. How to Fix Unhealthy Concentration of Corporate Voting Power

      How to Fix Unhealthy Concentration of Corporate Voting Power

      The popularity of index and other mutual funds, combined with the current rules for voting shares of stock, has had an unexpected ill effect: concentration of corporate voting power in the hands of a few giant asset management companies. Nobody did or would intend this outcome. Fortunately, the voting rules can be changed. A great way for the SEC to start 2019 would be to take on and then fix this threat...

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    2. Proxy Advisory Firms: Don't Trust 'Em, Try to Verify

      Proxy Advisory Firms: Don't Trust 'Em, Try to Verify

      The modern world of investing is built on a series of “trust-but-verify” relationships. Most average investors – such as those contributing to pensions or 401ks – must trust that investment managers are making wise choices with their money, but can verify decisions based on required financial statements, realized returns, even regulatory oversight...

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