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Private prisons, like many other publicly traded companies, have their value determined by a variety of factors, with the number of occupants being a significant one. The business model of private prisons revolves around incarcerating individuals on behalf of government agencies, primarily at the state and federal levels, in exchange for a per diem or monthly fee per inmate.

The number of occupants, or inmates, directly impacts the revenue generated by private prisons. Higher occupancy rates mean more revenue, as each inmate represents a source of income for the company. Therefore, from a financial standpoint, private prison operators aim to maximize occupancy levels to optimize their revenue streams.

From a trading perspective on Wall Street, investors closely monitor metrics such as occupancy rates when evaluating the performance and potential value of private prison stocks. Higher occupancy rates often signal strong financial performance and growth potential, which can drive up the stock price and attract investors.

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