It’s been 12 years since the internet bubble burst, and in the ensuing fallout, it has become apparent that the IPO market has been fundamentally damaged. Thanks to a lack of national confidence and lingering fears and confusion about the potential risks of IPOs, far too many good companies – ones that could supply much needed jobs to the U.S. economy – are unnecessarily paying the price. While addressing the fouled IPO market certainly  isn’t a cure-all for our ailing economy, there’s no doubt that some of America’s missing growth and lost jobs over the past decade are certainly to be found locked away in this hidden treasure chest.

Breaking the IPO market

We can look back now and see that permanent structural changes that were prompted as a result of the dot-bomb crisis– many initially subtle and gradual – shifted our markets so that we frogs didn’t realize that…

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