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Publicly traded companies have many reporting requirements that non-publicly traded companies do not. How do shareholders of non-publicly traded companies determine if the company is a stable company with which to do business?

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Publicly traded companies: A publicly traded company or corporate having their shares traded on a public stock exchange. On public traded exchange any person can buy or sell shares. This platform is available for general public and it makes all shares are available to public for buying and selling.

 

Non-public traded companies: A non-publicly traded ...

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