Why entrepreneurs shouldn't worry about stocks

08/7/2011 | Portfolio.com

Stock-market fluctuations tend to have more of a psychological effect on entrepreneurs than an actual business effect, financial experts say. In fact, in the past two years, entrepreneurs' profits have been increasing steadily, according to Entrepreneurs Organization's Sally Ernst. One reason: When financial markets are bad, investors often are more willing to put their money into startups, rather than risk it in the stock market.

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