One Thing: Day 760: Stock Buyback
Day 760: Stock Buyback
Yesterday I was explaining how professional football teams recruit coaches… they don’t hire them as well as how my daughter got extremely disappointed when she hit the popcorn button but the potato remained a potato.
Speaking of questions we ask ourselves…
What do you call a French guy wearing sandals?
In other news…
Reading is breathing in… writing is breathing out.
Your One PROFIT ACCELERATION THING Today Is:
I talked about this on one of my recent podcasts…
Here’s part of my answer:
“Basically, it’s a company saying we’re profitable, we have positive cashflow and we ended up with a hundred million dollars in cash.
We don’t have a short-term game plan to spend that cash that’ll realize a decent ROI.
We’ve therefore decided to return that capital to our shareholders in a tax efficient way (the earning per share will slightly increase and assuming they don’t sell them, the value of their shares SHOULD go up and there’s no tax for the shareholder to pay) and buy back stock which reduces the number of outstanding shares.
*If they decided to pay a dividend with the cash, the shareholders would be taxed*
If this sounds amazing for the shareholders…
Here’s the other side of the argument.
Share buybacks, often called financial engineering…
Could lead shareholders to accuse management of lacking vision and or acting in a self-interested way.
CEO’s and high-level management are often compensated through options tied to the company share price.
Creativity of management could be compromised when they’re incentivized too heavily on stock price and not on long term thinking / innovation…
*A small number of people tend to own a large percentage of stock, as in management, cough cough*
… subsequently leaving them to reduce creativity and not reinvest in the company in areas like expansion, innovation, R and D, new factories, hire more people, new machinery etc…
All of which are paramount to success and long-term shareholder value.”
You heard it here first.
Now, pick up the phone and go help someone.
Obsessed with your business coaching success,
Karl Bryan aka King Karl
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Karl is the Founder and Editor-in-Chief of The Six-Figure Coach Magazine and Chairman of Focused.com, home of the largest private community of Business Coaches (24 countries and counting) in the world. His goal is straightforward… to help serious coaches/consultants get more clients. Find out more at focused.com
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