Jeff Reeves’s Strength in Numbers: Tesla, Facebook and 3 others are the most undemocratic stocks on Wall Street

The midterm elections are Tuesday, and the stakes are high. Of course, the stakes are always high in elections, but this year seems to be particularly motivating for many Americans.

Case in point: Early voting in Texas has already topped that of 2016 — and is more than all 2014 ballots cast in the state. As Americans, we should all be glad to see such civic engagement. Voting is the single most important act we have as individual citizens to hold our government accountable.

As investors, however, similar democratic notions on Wall Street are increasingly under attack. In select cases, publicly traded companies are doing everything they can to ensure that a powerful few have carte blanche to run the business as they please.

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