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Retail Shareowners – Facilitating Votes & Activism: Part 3 ASA

Australian Shareholders' Association, ASARetail shareowners own about 1/3 of shares traded in the United States but vote only about 1/3 of the shares we own. Moreover, when we do vote, we frequently do so by blindly or unknowingly voting with management. In Part 1 and Part 2 of this series, I explored five internet platforms that were designed to increase knowledgeable participation by retail shareowners. In this post I start to take a look at the Australian Shareholders’ Association (ASA) as a potential model for the United States. The following is largely drawn from Wikipedia and from the ASA’s internet site. Continue Reading →

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Video Friday: Interviews with Don Hyatt of ASA

Don Hyatt

Don Hyatt

As part of my series Retail Shareowners – Facilitating Votes and Activism (see Part 1 and Part 2), I have begun looking more closely at the Australian Shareholders’ Association (ASA). In researching their activities I came across the videos below of interviews with Don Hyatt. Most are somewhat dated but they still provide interesting background.  Shareowners in the United States might do well to create an organization modeled after the ASA. Continue Reading →

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