STOCKWATCH: Rotten vegetables for biotech's bad actors
This article was originally published in Scrip
The stock market is theater, a company's public show watched daily by churning audiences of thousands, some first-time punters, some gnarly hecklers. For investors, all corporations are merely players, each with their exits and their entrances. And once a quarter, each company takes a curtain call, acknowledging its owner-audience in a ritualized show of humility and subservience.