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IPO Sharemarketing

Topics: General: IPO Sharemarketing

Michael The King

Monday, December 3, 2018 - 04:40 am Click here to edit this post
Hello guys,

I was wondering if it well worth doing the sharemareting by ipoing them corporations that makes high profits? If its true please let me know, I like to learn more about it please.

Thank you, you're sincerely Michael The King.

Daniel Iceling

Monday, December 3, 2018 - 07:02 am Click here to edit this post
Michael The King,

That largely depends on what your goals are. There isn't a universal definition of "worth it". If your goal is solely to increase the amount of money your country makes, then it probably isn't worthwhile.

The main long term benefit from taking a company public, comes when it becomes what is known as a "Truly Public" Corporation. This happens when no Country or Enterprise owns more than 24.99% of the Corporation.

Being Truly Public, allows the Corporation to upgrade to significantly higher levels. Raising the maximum upgrade level from 200 upto 250. Enabling the Corporation to make higher quality products, and use fewer workers.

However because you can't own more than 24.99% of the shares, and have the company be Truly Public at the same time. Even though a Truly Public Corp will be making more money, your country won't be getting more money, because you'll only be receiving 24.99% of the profits.

I hope this helps you.

Signed President of DanNation on LU

Michael The King

Monday, December 3, 2018 - 07:40 am Click here to edit this post
Thank you very much, I understand now.


Monday, December 3, 2018 - 05:27 pm Click here to edit this post
Related Question if I take a company public and it gets bought buy all IF's(gamemaster corp) will that count as a ceo company in terms of number of disabled I can retrain?

ANd related to that. How long before I can retrain more? Example if I have 1M works in CEO corps I can put 400K back to work once I reach that how long before that 400k number shrinks and I can retrain more workers?

Daniel Iceling

Monday, December 3, 2018 - 09:23 pm Click here to edit this post

Yes, if you take a Corporation Public, and sell off all your shares. And only Investment Funds buy shares. Then it falls under Automatic Control, and counts as a CEO Corp for Disabled/Housewives/Taxation purposes. However, any CEO can come along and buy a share in the Corp and take control of it. So you never know who might end up in charge of running the Corporation.

Retraining is constantly ongoing (so long as you still have Back to Work Schools/Special Clinics). As the older generations of Housewives, and Disabled people, grow old and go into retirement. New Housewives, and people with disabilities reach working age. Each generation has to be returned to the workforce, as they reach adulthood. The retrained number isn't the total number of people you have ever retrained, it's the number that are currently in the workforce right now.

Long term, the only way to increase the maximum number of workers you can return to the workforce, is to grow your population. You can never have more than 50% of your total number of Housewives, and Disabled, in the workforce at one time. (Not all disabilities are treatable, and not all housewives want to return to the workforce. So 50% is the best you can do).

Signed President of DanNation on LU

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