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  • SGI: The Magical 1% Growth Momentum Stock [View article]
    this is a very compelling argument here. Thank you so much for the info. Truly good shorts are hard to find and I think you may have one here.

    The worry here is how long can the CEO continue to mislead before he bites the bullet and has to show real numbers. Could be awhile and the stock could maintain momentum over that time. Shorting is risky business!
    May 10, 2011. 06:11 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • SGI: The Magical 1% Growth Momentum Stock [View article]
    worked for silver didn't it???
    May 10, 2011. 06:06 PM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • EBIX and Its CEO Are 2 Class Acts to Follow [View article]
    "I’d be remiss in neglecting to mention the values expressed by the CEO as his own --integrity, truth and sincerity; or his passions; his family, his company and his foundation. "

    All values espoused by good men and sociopaths alike.
    Apr 11, 2011. 11:57 AM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • SEC Letter Results in Buffett Explaining Undervaluation of 5 Stocks [View article]
    i love Warren Buffett, but you are right. The price of the stock is the price of the stock and that's what it should be marked at in his books.
    Mar 30, 2011. 11:51 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • 11 Low PE Stocks Not Widely Followed and Growing Rapidly [View article]
    great prospects here. thx for the info.
    Mar 29, 2011. 03:08 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Ebix: Not a Chinese Fraud, But a House of Cards Nonetheless, Part III [View article]
    "To me it appears you are another pseudo name of the author"

    lol.not even close.
    Mar 26, 2011. 05:47 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Ebix: Not a Chinese Fraud, But a House of Cards Nonetheless, Part III [View article]
    Well, short sellers often undergo significant retribution when they make their views public. If a company is run by people unethical and devious enough to lie to its shareholders and the rest of the investing world in the name of short term personal gain, imagine how unethical they might be in dealing with someone shedding light on them.

    The author could be subjected to lawsuits up his a$$, an SEC investigation, slander, threats, intimidation, and violence against himself and his family ... lead by those with far greater resources and connections than he has.

    Rarely have I seen the same treatment of someone touting a long position.
    Mar 26, 2011. 05:45 PM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Ebix: Not a Chinese Fraud, But a House of Cards Nonetheless, Part III [View article]
    Bernie Madoff was running a Ponzi scheme for nearly 2 decades
    Mar 25, 2011. 01:12 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Ebix: Not a Chinese Fraud, But a House of Cards Nonetheless, Part III [View article]
    Exactly!

    And if I were an EBIX shareholder, I would not want to hear my CEO dismiss this article as a "baseless smear campaign by a ruthless shortseller".

    I would want an immediate, comprehensive rebuttal that refutes each point in detail and leaves no doubt in my mind that this article, while compelling and certainly not warranting any legal reprimand, is wrong.
    Mar 25, 2011. 01:10 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Ebix: Not a Chinese Fraud, But a House of Cards Nonetheless, Part III [View article]
    We said pretty well the exact same thing on different Part's of the blog.
    Mar 25, 2011. 01:06 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Ebix: Not a Chinese Fraud, But a House of Cards Nonetheless, Part III [View article]
    agreed ... to me it implies that plenty of traders/shareholders knew about the some of the companies questionable tactics and vaulted out of the position once it became known publicly.

    Not alot of shareholders had conviction.
    Mar 25, 2011. 01:04 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Ebix: Not a Chinese Fraud, But a House of Cards Nonetheless, Part III [View article]
    I suggest you read David Einhorn's book "Fooling Some of the People all of the Time". The author's fears are not unwarranted.
    Mar 25, 2011. 01:01 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Ebix: Not a Chinese Fraud, But a House of Cards Nonetheless, Part I [View article]
    1000% agree
    Mar 25, 2011. 12:56 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Ebix: Not a Chinese Fraud, But a House of Cards Nonetheless, Part I [View article]
    Well ... if you read through even the first paragraph ... hell, if you read the TITLE, you would understand that he is NOT comparing it to a chinese reverse merger. For god's sake, the title says: "EBIX: NOT A CHINESE FRAUD" He is simply saying that it is probably way overvalued.

    And, frankly, who gives a damn what his identity is!?!?! Does it matter if this was written by Ben Bernanke, David Einhorn, Seth Green, or Santa Clause????

    If you think the analysis is correct, then sell. If you think the analysis is incorrect BUY.

    If you are upset that you own a stock that has been revealed to be waaaaayyyy overpriced ... too bad for you. that's how the market works. you can't be throwing people in jail everytime they make a reasoned argument.
    Mar 24, 2011. 05:33 PM | 15 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Ebix: Not a Chinese Fraud, But a House of Cards Nonetheless, Part I [View article]
    ya, I believe Enron was also well covered by analysts. And Worldcom too. And Lehman Brothers. And Parmalat, and SunBeam, i could go on forever.
    Mar 24, 2011. 04:04 PM | 8 Likes Like |Link to Comment
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