In the sentence below from Liar's Poker, does the reference of twenty-two-cent stamp mean that many investors were now able to make a bid for a company?
“There was this huge opportunity,” says Perella, “and it was lying under the dirt. You had a steady supply of companies whose assets were undervalued. But there was a paucity of buyers. People who wanted to buy these companies couldn’t monetize their desire. Someone—Milken—came along and kicked away the dirt. Now anyone with a twenty-two-cent stamp can make a bid for a company.”
Research I've done:
I checked urban dictionary and tried to search on google how common 22 cent stamps were in the 80s. However, the search didn't come up with anything useful.