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The end of the century decade came to a crashing halt with the burst of the techno bubble in early 2001. The NASDAQ index went down from over 5000 to below 2000, and the DJIA, although not the same crash and burn, nevertheless lost a good 25% of its value by mid-September 2001. The Wall Street Journal (8/21/2001), in an article titled “Dividends, Not Growth, Is Wave of Future,” had this to say: If the 1990s were about clocking capital gains, I suspect the current decade will belong to yield investors.
In 1836, 29 railroad corporations sold stock for the ﬁrst time, and in 1837, 17 additional transportation companies offered their initial sale of shares (Kindleberger, 1984). Before 1840, most railroad stocks were marketed and traded in local markets; the majority of shareholders were not London ﬁnanciers, but local The Evolution of the Modern Corporation 19 investors with knowledge of the venture’s beneﬁts and proﬁt potential (Baskin, 1988). By 1840, several of these issues were paying dividends in excess of 10% and almost all the companies paid dividends of at least 6%; by 1844, these issues had earned a positive reputation among investors for their security and profitability (Hunt, 1936).
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Dividend Policy: Theory and Practice by George Frankfurter, Bob G. Wood, James Wansley