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Explain eight successful corporate policies or practices that your chosen company uses as a QS attractor.

Cunningham (2020) “compared two portfolios over the study period (2014–2018): one comprised of the 25 companies attracting the highest density of QSs [Quality Shareholders] and the other of the 25 attracting the lowest density of QS. The high QS density portfolio outperformed the low QS density portfolio in each of those five years” based on cumulative return data for the five-year period (p. 33).
Choose one company from the list of quality shareholder (QS) attractors in the article.
Please use Berkshire Hathaway as the QS company for this paper.
• Explain eight successful corporate policies or practices that your chosen company uses as a QS attractor.
o Cite examples from your chosen company using the Introduction to APA Links to an external site. guidelines.
• Compare a company’s capital allocation strategy to the Dhandho principle of low-risk, high-return approach.
o Cite examples from your chosen company using APA Style Links to an external site..
• Calculate the cumulative shareholder return for your chosen company for the period 2014–2018.
• Compare the cumulative return you calculated for your chosen company to the cumulative return on two major stock indices for the period 2014–2018.
• Compare the evidence of the investment performance exhibited by quality shareholders to other active management investment strategies.
o Provide two additional sources in your comparison.
• Must have 4 academic references

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CANADIAN SECURITIES COURSE Volume 2! Chapters Attached!

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Dear writer, You’re kindly requested to write an op-ed on the following topic:

Dear writer,
You’re kindly requested to write an op-ed on the following topic:
The Public Investment Fund (PIF) increased its ownership stake in ACWA Power from 25% to 50% through the purchase of shares from existing investors.