- Liz Stinson
- I’m not sure where this rant came from and I may disavow it tomorrow…
- Notes from Shakti Gawain, “Developing Intuition, Practical Guidance for Daily Life”
- Book notes: Good to Great by Jim Collins
- How does The Pill work?
- Going dark, Going private, An example of going private
- More details on registration with the SEC
- Why does a company care about its stock price?
- Peter Lynch, Learn to Earn, Introduction
- My reading list for learning about investing
- Getting my head around investing
- Liz Stinson
Monthly Archives: December 2011
To answer this question, it’s helpful to recap the role of hormones in a woman’s menstrual cycle. That’s actually a pretty big topic so we’ll just look at what causes ovulation and that is a surge of Luteinizing Hormone (LH). “Ovulation” … Continue reading
Terminology: going dark versus going private Going dark: terminating a company’s public reporting obligations by deregistering shares that were issued by the company under the Exchange Act of 1934. Also referred to as “opting out” (of the SEC’s reporting obligations…). “The Securities … Continue reading
There are actually two different types of registration (see: http://www.sec.gov/info/smallbus/qasbsec.htm): Registration under the Securities Act (1933) When required? For a public offering of some new security If the company is registering some outstanding security (that the company intends to sell publicly?) … Continue reading