Free Download: Campaign Planning Checklist for Investor Action

The Shareholder Activist - Free Download: Campaign Planning Checklist for Investor ActionAre you concerned with the long-term viability of a publicly traded company in which you hold shares? Is management missing an important opportunity? Do you have a great idea that will add shareholder value?

If so, don’t just dispute, contribute. Effective shareholder activists do more than flash spotlights on problems. They volunteer solutions, or at least propose alternatives. So stop complaining and start explaining.™ is your source for information to facilitate your responsible shareholder activism. To help get you started and develop your plan of action, offers this complimentary checklist to help you envision the actions you can take to advocate for meaningful change.


From distilling your outrage into attainable objectives to building community to performing meaningful outreach that converts into results, this checklist will help you get started.

If you need more information on specific tactics, you know where to find us.™ is your resource for investor education, enlightenment, and, above all, empowerment, so reach out.

If you find this free tool useful, I’d like to hear about it and share it with our community. If you have had success or have additional recommendations, I want you to share with our community so we can all benefit and responsibly ensure the long-term viability of the companies in which we invest.

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