With the 4½ year bull market that stocks have experienced, it has become extremely difficult to find value. Even Warren Buffet has said he's having a hard time finding things to buy
One tiny slice of the market I monitor for opportunity is equities with dual class shares.
Dual Class Structures
Broadly speaking, Dual Class Structures are share divisions in which companies issue shares that have differing rights. Even though these classes may have different voting rights, they represent the same underlying ownership in the company. Supporters feel that the structure allows leadership to put long-term interests first while seeing beyond the near-term financial situation. Opponents maintain it allows a small group of privileged shareholders to maintain control while...
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