Mar 30, 2022
IPOs (initial public offerings) are often considered a "golden ticket" investment, but are the valuations excessive? Is it just us, or could there be a better, fairer way to decide an IPO value?
In this episode, we chat with Karl Sjogren, author of The Fairshare Model, a front-runner for the modern concept of crowdfunding, who presents a performance-based alternative that redefines value at the DNA level. His book, The Fairshare Model: A Performance-Based Capital Structure for Initial Public Offerings is available in paperback from Amazon and as an ebook from many platforms.
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