Intrinsic Investors

15 August 2008

McKinsey and Company recently defined intrinsic investors as those institutions that base their decisions on a deep understanding of a company’s strategy, its current performance, and its potential to create long-term value.  Furthermore, they are also more likely than other investors to support management through short-term volatility.

Sounds too good to be true….but they do exist.

These are the kinds of investors IR departments want to meet with, attract, retain, and serve.

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