8/30/2011

High-growth companies are more likely to be able to persuade investors that holding cash is a good idea, Fortuna Advisors CEO Gregory Milano writes. On the other hand, companies with slower growth could see a drop in shareholder return if they keep too much cash on the balance sheet. Only the strongest companies are in a position to hold more than 10% or 15% of their assets in cash, Milano writes.

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