Tesla, Inc. is an over-hyped, lousy company, from a financial perspective, that is destined to go bankrupt. There, I said it. Bring on the critics. Contrary to the likely barbs and pitchforks we will receive, I do wish that global warming was not occurring and that the polar bears and penguins could live undisturbed in their former environments.
Hedge Fund Letters
The battle for Herbalife (HLF) is heating up once again. QTR Research most recently outlined its short thesis on Herbalife’s stock ahead of a documentary’s release, a movie about Pershing Square Capital manager Bill Ackman’s $1 billion short bet on Herbalife and his drive to expose the company as a pyramid scheme. It looks like the Titanic found its iceberg.
Ray Dalio and New York Times editor Charles Duhigg have a powerful conversation about how Ray has built a strong value-based culture at Bridgewater that encourages creativity, excellence and innovation at The New York Times second annual Work Summit.
Ben Graham, the father of value investing, once said of the stock market, “In the short run, the market is a voting machine but in the long run it is a weighing machine.” To Graham the market was like a popularity contest. Investors “vote” for a stock out of considered enthusiasm for its prospects. Results however are determined in the long run as profits are “weighed” year after year and intrinsic value is revealed.
Under the current Board’s supervision, Rent-A-Center’s shares have declined by over 75% in just over two years. Say hello to the Titanic.
Globalstar has long been a controversial investment. Originally, the short-thesis was that the FCC would never grant Globalstar’s request, out of interference concerns; interference from any transmission on Globalstar’s spectrum with transmission on adjacent spectrum bands.
Investment Outlook from Bill Gross Through the years I’ve accumulated a short list of quotes that express a personal…