Short Ideas


An article is considered a “short idea” if it includes a price target below the market price,* or if it contains a valuation analysis indicating an equity value below the market value.*  Articles listed below were “short ideas” as of the date posted:

Date Posted Company Name (Symbol) Price/Shr on Day Before Posted Article [click to view]
1/27/09 Cott Corp. (COT) $1.29 Cott Corp. to Lose Wal-Mart Exclusive
12/12/08 American Int’l Group (AIG) $1.73 AIG’s Bailout Needs a Bailout: A $150 Billion Problem
Date Posted Name (Symbol) Price/Shr on Day Before Posted Article [click to view]


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* Based on the closing price the day before the article was published.

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