Happy Repeal Day - A Rangeley Capital Discussion

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December 5th marks the end of prohibition.

Any opportunities in today’s prohibition?

Obama stopped a Chinese company from buying a German one. Huh?

Rangeley Capital's portfolio managers Andrew Walker and Chris DeMuth Jr. host a fifteen-minute podcast, which you can subscribe to on iTunes, Stitcher or audioBoom. If you missed the previous episode, then please check out Is Tesla Really Worthless?

In the current episode, we start with yesterday's ban on alcohol. We discuss alcohol-related stocks such as Anheuser-Busch InBev (NYSE:BUD). Then we turn to today's ban on marijuana. After that, we talk about China and cross-border M&A. If you listened to the podcast and have any feedback for us, please feel free to email it to us at podcast@rangeleycapital.com. If you did not listen to the podcast and have feedback, please send it to any other e-mail address along with a link to it on iTunes, Stitcher or Soundcloud.

Disclosure: I am/we are long SYT, RAI.

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