Study thesis: Stadium naming rights do not align with best interests of shareholders. A company that purchases stadium naming rights may lack prudence and care in allocating capital, which negatively affects shareholder returns over the long-term. Study background Thus far in 2016, several high-profile bankruptcies have been witnessed, especially in the retail and energy industries. […]
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Nick Rossolillo is the president and founder of Concinnus Financial, based in Spokane, WA. He works with individuals and small businesses creating personalized investment portfolios and helping with financial planning. To contact Nick, visit www.concinnusfin.com, email him at firstname.lastname@example.org, or call (509) 220-1895.
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Entries by Nick Rossolillo
In this episode of Finance Shminance, Adam Austin and Nick Rossolillo talk about the research report from Concinnus Financial about stadium naming rights, the companies that purchase them, and lessons for investors.
Host Adam Austin and portfolio manager Nick Rossolillo discuss the “Internet of Things.” You’ll learn what it is, how it will shape our world, and how you can start to think about the movement from an investors point of view.
Host Adam Austin and portfolio manager Nick Rossolillo talk about and offer their two cents on commodities, but not too seriously!
Host Adam Austin and Concinnus Financial lead portfolio manager Nick Rossolillo discuss economic indicators and there use to individual investors.
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