Long-Term Stock Exchange

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The Long-Term Stock Exchange prides itself in being the sole national securities exchange in the United States designed specifically to promote a long-term focus among investors and companies alike. It pairs new technology with long-term listing standards to keep companies building for generations. LTSE began trading on September 9, 2020. Transparent pricing and simplified order types are key trading features.


To be eligible for listing on the Long-Term Stock Exchange, a company must adhere to five key underlying principles:

  1. Serving the interests of a broad group of stakeholders;
  2. Measuring success over long time horizons that stretch from years to decades;
  3. Implementing compensation plans for executives and directors that reward long term performance;
  4. Giving directors a crucial role in the setting of strategy and the monitoring of progress; and
  5. Engaging with long-term shareholders.