I find short seller reports (short reports) interesting to read, but not for their financial investigative content. They are interesting because it is an example of the wide spectrum of human nature and behaviour. In these reports, the author exploits human psychology and vulnerabilities in order to manipulate the price of a stock for profit, usually … Continue reading Short seller reports: Manipulation by creating doubt
A day after Live Nation $LYV reported 2017 Q2 earnings, news spread that Amazon $AMZN may enter the US electronic ticketing business, due to partnership talks with TicketMaster breaking down over the issue of who controls the user data (Amazon vs TicketMaster). Amazon has been operating an e-ticketing business in Europe for a while now, … Continue reading How Much Of A Threat Is Amazon To Live Nation’s TicketMaster?
Reader Question: I’m a highschool student and I am very interested in investing and economics. I am wondering what is the best thing to do with the money I have save so far. I suppose that one major question that answers mine is what do I wish to accomplish? I am not completely sure, … Continue reading Q&A: I’m Interested In Investing, What Should I Do With My Money?
2015 has been an interesting year with lots of volatility. In particular, was the decline of energy sector stocks and MLPs. Most of these have seen their prices plummet across the board, sending investors panicking towards the exit en masse. Time to put things into perspective for investors. #1 Don't Panic First things first. … Continue reading Some Perspective For The Volatile Energy Sector & MLPs
Practical methods for evaluating investment performance, and how not to be automatically disappointed when you see a negative price change by tempering expectations and being disappointed about the right things.