5 Financing Mistakes Small-Caps Make – from Adam Epstein and the Small Cap Institute

I am forwarding a discussion by Adam Epstein and the Small Cap Institute. Adam does know small-caps. It is a good read. The headings for the five areas that are discussed are: (1) Flying blind – no data; (2) Clinging to unsupported valuations; (3) Market timing and piecemealing; (4) Wrong lawyers; and (5) No idea what the company just agreed to. Here is the link to Adam’s discussion: https://smallcapinstitute.com/corporate-finance/5-financing-mistakes-small-caps-make-and-the-industries-that-hope-it-continues/


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