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Life Partners (LPHI -2.5%), a firm that lets investors buy parts of strangers' life insurance...

Life Partners (LPHI -2.5%), a firm that lets investors buy parts of strangers' life insurance policies, has made big fees while often underestimating the life expectancies of people whose policies its customers invest in, according to a WSJ report. The company responds that the article provides "a misleading depiction" of its business practices.
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  • eggfaced
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    WSJ - "A firm that makes big money shorting stocks before it publishes damaging articles about them."

     

    Look at the chart of LPHI recently...
    21 Dec 2010, 10:41 AM Reply Like
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