Sitio en español orientado en Short-Longs. Empresas en dificultades con fundamentales defectuosos o golpeado por activistas. En algunas ocasiones también vamos a discutir ideas o oportunidades de compra. La información proporcionada en este sitio web es sólo un resumen del proceso de recolección e investigación, que va de datos sobre fundamentales de la empresa a análisis de precios utilizando técnicas desarrolladas por sí mismo. Es usual en nuestros registros resumir los informes de investigación de prominentes short sellers y activistas que creo que valen la pena, por lo que tiene la mejor y más fiable información disponible. Marcelo D’Eboli / author of shortsellsignal.com / generalmente invierte en las acciones de las cuales escribe.
Former Investment Representative with large private firm with seat on NYSE. BBA degree in Marketing. Now working as a Rail Traffic Controller for one of the nations largest railroads.
Have been investing in stocks for over 25 years. Consider myself an investor, not a trader. Believe day trading is a losers game and that most who partake are wasting their lives and will end up broke. Most holdings held for months, some for years.
Favorite companies to invest in include: 1) Companies that are experiencing increases in institutional ownership and/or reductions in short positions (and especially if "analyst" continue to bash the stock while this is occurring, wink wink), 2) Biotechnology companies that have sold off dramatically after receiving FDA approval as traders lose patience with the speed of the drugs roll-out or ramp up, 3) Companies on the cusp of profitability but whose price does not yet reflect it, 4) Established companies whose shares have been beat down relentlessly but whose price has put in a solid (and preferably tested) base that's now rising at some price not too far removed from their 52-wk lows, 5) Companies that multiple hedge funds have started to take large positions in, and 6) Companies that can raise money cheaply without diluting shareholders into oblivion.
Avoid: 1) Stocks trading under $1.00, 2) Stocks rising in conjunction with spikes in message board chatter, buyout rumors, or because they are being pumped somewhere, and 3) Stocks whose EPS are the inverse of their share price... or even close.
Value investor seeking investment opportunities in which I can exploit my durable competitive advatanages of both a small capital base and patient long-term investment discipline. From a strategy perspective, I primarily seek out the rare situations where there is a positive expected value to an explicit near-term catalyst and the odds of realizing that value are generous in my favor. By taking advantage of these pricing inefficiencies, I believe I can compound wealth at an above-average rate over a long period of time, while incurring a below-average probability of permanent capital loss.
Or perhaps it's just better to say I look for 50-cent dollar bills.