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Who confines their search to “U.S. counters”? Conventional wisdom has long been to have a sizable fraction of one’s portfolio in international markets.

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I find this impossible to parse without a presentation of how much business “U.S. based companies” conduct overseas. I think this is larger than Mr. Salmon implies.

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By: najdorf http://blogs.reuters.com/felix-salmon/2011/02/25/stock-listings-chart-of-the-day-global-edition/comment-page-1/#comment-24346 Sat, 26 Feb 2011 00:59:46 +0000 http://blogs.reuters.com/felix-salmon/?p=7448#comment-24346 What is the optimal number of countries to have publicly listed in the U.S.? What makes you think it is closer to 10,000 than 1,000? Furthermore, what stops someone who wants to trade non-U.S. stocks from opening an Interactive Brokers account and doing so, or if they are not sophisticated enough to choose stocks, buying ETFs?

Furthermore, the metric of “how many listed companies” has no relation to economic reality. I could list a bunch of SPACs holding $100m in cash or even tiny penny stocks with totally speculative business plans, but to do so wouldn’t increase the amount of meaningful equity investment available to U.S. investors. JNJ and other large companies could list minority stakes in their subsidiaries, as do many international companies (Toyota, Inbev/Ambev, Santander, etc.). Felix, you can do a little better than boring counting if you engage your brain.

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In the current world picture, everybody seems so focussed on today, this week, this quarter that a year seems a long time and the future…. who cares about the future? Just carry on fiddling as Rome burns as the cries for less and less regulation accelerate the process.

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