Investors generally invest in a stock for long-term growth prospects of the company by holding some shares of the company. Thus some investors like to think of themselves as shareholders of a particular company or even a joint-owner of the company. Generally, I like such notion of an investor having a stake in a company. Though I am a full-time employee holding a job, being an investor allows me to think in such a way that I am owning some companies.But for investors of some companies, they may find themselves more of a banker to the companies they invest in than as an investor. Why do I say so? Well, some companies like to issue rights again and again to investors. Some investors hence find themselves like bankers, pumping in more monies to buy more shares and right while the shares still keep heading south as a result of …