Mike Arnold
Long only, small-cap, tech, growth at reasonable price

Will Blyth Blight Shorts?

(Editors' Note: This article covers a stock trading at less than $1 per share and/or with less than a $100 million market cap. Please be aware of the risks associated with these stocks.)

While multi level marketing ("MLM") companies continue to adorn the financial press' headlines, a little known company called Blyth Inc (NYSE:BTH) remains relatively unknown and under followed. To remain anonymous in the MLM sector these days is something of a feat in itself.

Blyth is comprised of three businesses: (1) an ~80% share of Visalus, a network marketing business in the health and wellness segment; (2) PartyLite, a direct seller in the home decor and candle market; and (3) an online retailer generally...

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