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NYSE: LVCRFT

Examining Whitney Tilson’s recent troubles with his NFLX short and the recent realignment of his portfolio  suggests to me a value-based short-selling rule: only short zombie stocks. By that I mean a company that is literally the living dead – … Continue reading

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A bit of cynicism

It looks like FBR has put out a report claiming that DCIX is an “outperform” and setting a price target of $20/share – a hefty 60%+ up from its current price. I don’t know what their timeline is with that … Continue reading

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Insider Trading from a Value Investing Perspective

I saw an article on (I think) CNBC the other day arguing that rules against insider trading are pointless because allowing insiders to trade would improve the efficiency of the market and allow a company’s true value to be known. … Continue reading

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