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Without Wall Street support – whether investors, analysts, rating agencies or NGOs --- companies cannot develop or extend product lines, gain market shares, increase revenue or grow businesses. Without “Wall Street” support, a company's very existence is threatened.
That support is gained through effective --- and consistent --- interaction among the company and its Wall Street stakeholders.
A critical focus of that interaction is creating solid understanding of companies’ business models and strategies. Such understanding leads to accurate valuation and is the critical step to a company’s successful “branding” of its stock.
Just as branding a product creates consumer support and loyalty, branding a stock is vital to a company's success and Wall Street acceptance. Torrenzano’s unique stock branding process consists of three core principles: predictability, consistency and credibility.
As clients develop and gain these attributes they witness increasing acceptance, support and loyalty of the financial community, typically demonstrated by accurate valuations, enhanced access to capital and understanding and acceptance of the occasional “bump-in-the-road” all companies experience one time or another.
Torrenzano professionals work with C-suite executives, and the board as appropriate, to effectively position management and its vision with the financial community to extend and enhance the company stock brand.
With a complete portfolio of financial communications services, starting with insightful findings from the Torrenzano Shareholder Satisfaction Management Index to in-depth business review days to precise investor targeting programs, the firm brings decades of financial markets experience to bear for our clients’ benefits. Having worked extensively with --- and represented --- the nation’s major stock exchanges: NYSE/Euronext and Nasdaq, the firm’s senior staff is exceptionally qualified to provide advice and counsel for a company’s interaction with the financial community.
With Torrenzano’s nearly two decades of operations, the firm not only develops spot-on strategies for maximum impact but also flawlessly executes programs necessary for the successful branding of the company’s stock.
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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.”