1 Dividend Stock's Blind Spot
The guest on this week's nationally syndicated Motley Fool Money radio show is corporate governance expert Nell Minow. Activist investors have been in the public eye lately, taking greater control at companies like Canadian Pacific Railway, Chesapeake Energy and Yahoo!. Is having an activist investor shake up a company automatically a good thing for investors? In this segment Minow shares why some activists get a better deal than the average investor, and shares why JP Morgan Chase's blind spot may be a red flag for shareholders.
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