The stock market may be one of the few places in the world (outside, perhaps, Match.com and eHarmony) where the word "mature" is considered pejorative.
Clients may prefer a mature financial advisor -- a person who has seen the potential pitfalls and knows from experience how to navigate them -- but reject owning shares of a mature company because it no longer offers the growth potential of a startup.
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