Monday, 01 June 2009 01:00

Sears Q1 2009 Update

The Sears Q1 2009 update is available. I have left a note in the private discussion forums regarding aspects of Sears not mentioned in the note.

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I will probably be releasing the first of the long-biased research in about 2 weeks (probably less). I have found some pretty strong companies. I will explain how I will be using the research (basically as a medium to long term hedge and volatility dampener) before I actually release the research. Let it be known that the recent run-up in many stocks is not fundamentally based (ie, unsustainable) therefore strong fundamental long picks will not necessarily produce the results that layman would expect in the short term. I will be discussing this in depth as the research release draws closer.

Additional, new non-financial and non-real estate related short bias research will be available during the same time frame.

Last modified on Monday, 01 June 2009 01:00


  • Comment Link Rumi Monday, 01 June 2009 14:48 posted by Rumi

    Thanks Reggie.

  • Comment Link Reggie Middleton Monday, 01 June 2009 14:30 posted by Reggie Middleton

    I have now posted them everywhere, Rumi. I'l be getting some more stuff out tonight and tomorrow.

    Phirang, I will tell you again, your comments add absoltely no value at all to the thread. If you have any useful info or data to provide, then by all means do so, but thumbing your nose provides nothing. You are practically the only active poster on the board that fails to contribute anything material.

    "Uncle Lamper", are we going back to celebrity investing mode again???

  • Comment Link phirang Monday, 01 June 2009 14:24 posted by phirang

    Hmm... more kids trying to steal from Uncle Lampert? Let me know how that goes.

    I will tell you now, Reggie, there are good short candidates out there, but you're looking in all the wrong places for all the wrong reasons...

  • Comment Link Rumi Monday, 01 June 2009 14:07 posted by Rumi

    Reggie--you appear to have posted your note in the retail forum, which is not accessible.
    Javal--don't be overleveraged, and you'll be fine. In the end, the nominal stock price *must* correspond to the underlying value of the company.

    /Moneymarket has ~$3 trillion to feed a frenzy. /

    Why would $3tr go to overpriced stocks instead of underpriced other things?

  • Comment Link javal Monday, 01 June 2009 13:46 posted by javal

    Is it out of the the realm of possibilities that all of wallstreet is colluding in calling shorts to close their positions? Will this feed on itself and accelerate for the next few months? Do shorts stand a chance based on fundamentals if you are forced to cover? After all they have succeeded in doing the unimaginable in the recent AIG diverting TARP to Banks, M2M account rules change, raise secondaries by upgrading REITs while underwriting and collecting all of the proceeds for loan repayment etc..

    I have no reason to believe that they could not collude to break the shorts. Who wants to counter this? I would like to hear it as it is in my interest that law prevails.

    Moneymarket has ~$3 trillion to feed a frenzy.

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