December is upon us. So here’s the best curated links and news for November. Plus, stocks that performed well, and stocks that outperformed.
What You’ll Learn
– The signs of success in a microcap
– How Bank of Ozarks delivered 4,312% to shareholders
– Characteristics that shaped Bank of Ozarks
In March of 1979, George Gleason II became the owner/operator of a small Arkansas community bank in Ozark, Arkansas. Gleason’s background and how he purchased the bank was anything but ordinary. The 25 year old former attorney had zero banking experience and only $10,000, but was able to convince a Little Rock Arkansas bank to help finance the $3.6 million purchase of Bank of the Ozarks (OZRK).
A simple, step-by-step explanation of how to calculate maintenance capital expenditure.
Welcome to OSV Giveaway #2.
Courtesy of the kind folks at Colombia Business School Publishing.
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