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Tilson Is Back! - Today's Editors' Picks

Mar. 03, 2018 7:22 AM ET6 Comments
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Good morning! I'm your curator, Michael Hopkins.

Here are today's Editors' Picks:

Chart of the day: Single-family REIT sector chart

Comment of the day, from TheBaron Investing:

I appreciate the work of short sellers, but I do not envy them. It's a hard road as the market itself appears stacked against them, and as an investor on the other side it is difficult not to let emotions take over when a company you personally invested in is targeted.

I look forward to other updates. I still remember actively reading everything about the Lumber Liquidators story... I had no skin in the game but found it all very interesting.

Quote of the day:

I'm not here for your amusement. You're here for mine. - John Lydon

Thanks for reading. Please share your "Editor's Pick" with fellow investors by posting it in the comments.

Have a great day!


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Comments (6)

Be cause no one else added picture.
2X & 3X w/ stops = no margin!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!...
Even though it’s widely used, margin is never a good thing. See Warren Buffett’s recent comments on it. Markets are always something of a gamble but margin just worsens the risk. If you want to gamble go to the races or buy lottery tickets!!
And Public Image Limited!! A giant! LOL!
Johnny Rotten from the Sex Pistols.
Don't know who John Lydon is, but sounds like he might have a god complex, or works with puppets. A big problem with shorts is an unexpected event like a takeover offer can squeeze you, especially if you use margin. And don't short bull markets.
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