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Should Investors be Discriminated and Prevented from Investing in Certain Kinds of Stocks

September 18, 2015

Don Mosher has been working for the past few years on unfairness in regulations for investors. Rules and regulations are now consuming a large portion of a small company’s treasury just to meet accounting, legal and reporting costs.

 

Yet it is small businesses that create the most jobs in Canada if we lose that we have big economic problems upcoming.

 

These rules are constricting the growth potential of many companies, they are meant to protect when actually they are costing investors way more money than is necessary.

 

Don Mosher and I had a chance to talk at length, we talked about why these issues are so important for the ability to investors to be treated fairly by the regulatory bodies.

Why should investors be told what they can invest in?

 

 

 

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