One of my favorite books on investing is Mohnish Pabrai's "The Dhando Investor". In it, he describes an investment type he calls "Heads, I win. Tails, I don't lose much". The investment rationale behind such an investment is simple: if one event happens (a coin flip comes up heads), the investor will make a significant return on their investment. If the event doesn't happen (the flip comes up tails), the investor will basically break even or perhaps turn a slight profit.
At today's prices, Noble Roman's (OTCQB:NROM) potentially represents a similar coin flip. If heads (their stand-alone take-n- bake locations) works out, the stock could be multiples of its current price. If tails (the stand-alone locations fails), then...
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