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According to a new study by Princeton University researchers, stocks with easily pronounceable names and ticker-tape symbols do better in their IPOs. I suppose this explains why my attempted launch of Mrs. Smith's Fresh Fish Sauce Shop and Sauteed Squid Shack did not do as well as hoped.



Teme said:

But it's the greatest name for a stock ever.

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