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What Is Activist Investing? — A Catalyst for Change

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Wed, 10 Oct 2012

Activist investing is a unique form of value investing targeting companies that have significantly underperformed their peers or the overall market for a considerable period of time. Activist investors make substantial minority investments in the common stocks of such companies with the stated inte

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