Brian Langis
Value, contrarian, growth at reasonable price, special situations

Platform Specialty Products - The Next Great Serial Acquirer

I recently read author Unconventional Capital Wisdom (UCW)'s articles on Platform Specialty Products (NYSE:PAH). UCW's articles on PAH is good writing and provides an interesting story. His article has retained my attention and left me hungry for more. As a professional investor, and as a piece of advice, you can't just invest on a good story. That's a recipe for disaster. Any smart buyer knows that you need to dig beyond the surface to fully understand the opportunity. For example, would you ever buy a car without checking what's under the hood? The car you want to buy might look good, but the real value is under the hood. You need to open the hood, get your hands...

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