ProxyDemocracy in Motley Fool

February 28, 2009 at 7:13 am Leave a comment

The Motley Fool published a nice article about proxy voting issues relevant to individual investors yesterday, discussing both the importance of broker voting and the huge clout of mutual funds’ and other institutional investors. I was happy to see that the article mentioned ProxyDemocracy as a good way to find out how your mutual fund voted, saying “this accountability may help keep them honest.” We need all the help we can get in getting the word out, and hopefully this will help.

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