The Pecking Order Theory

The pecking order theory implies that firms prefer to finance internally and if external financing is required, they will tend to use the safest securities first. Debt tends to be the first security issued and external equity the last resort. The preference of internal
financing is based on the desire to avoid the discipline and monitoring that occurs when new securities are sold publicly

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