- Companies used to be net sellers of stocks, selling them to investors and using the proceeds to grow
- The creation of the modern junk bond market flipped those roles
- Companies now buy stocks from investors
- Companies now get their capital from the credit market, making the financing environment the dominant determinant of the overall level of stock prices
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