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Greg Weston is a San Diego-based attorney specializing in complex antitrust and real estate litigation, including class actions. For the last ten years he has consistently beat the S&P 500 with a strategy of buying undervalued technology stocks combined with shorting companies whose weak fundamentals are not reflected the price of their stock. He received his economics degree from Ohio State University and his law degree from Harvard Law School, where he had rare honor of being accepted to study at the age of 19.
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Here's 152-pages of graphs and charts about the housing market. A good short case for BAC is made on page 150. http://tinyurl.com/lkjwun Jul 10, 2009
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