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Positive relations and support of financial stakeholders are requisites for success.
Without the understanding and support of investors, analysts, or rating agencies, a company cannot develop or extend product lines, gain market share, increase revenue or grow businesses. Without such understanding and support, its very existence can be threatened.
A critical focus of that interaction is creating understanding of the business model and strategies. This understanding is the critical step to successfully branding the company stock.
Just as branding a product creates consumer support and loyalty, branding a stock is even more vital.
Torrenzano’s unique “Stock Branding Program” consists of three key principles: predictability, consistency and credibility.
As clients gain these attributes they witness increasing acceptance and support of the financial community; demonstrated by higher valuations, enhanced access to capital, and importantly, acceptance of the occasional “bump-in-the-road” all experience today on an array of issues, especially earnings.
With a complete portfolio of financial communications services -- including insightful findings from the Torrenzano Shareholder Satisfaction Management Index to in-depth business review days to precise investor targeting programs -- firm executives bring decades of direct participation in financial markets to bear.
Torrenzano’s nearly two decades of operations -- and track record of working extensively with and representing some of the world’s top financial markets – including NYSE/Euronext and Nasdaq -- bring wisdom and understanding few have to offer.
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“Predictions are difficult. Especially about the future.”
“Price is what you pay. Value is what you get.”
“Everything that can be counted does not necessarily count; everything that counts cannot necessarily be counted.”
“October: This is one of the particularly dangerous months to invest in stocks. Other dangerous months are July, January, September, April, November, May, March, June, December, August and February.”
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