June 13, 2018

Hey JOE–Where Ya Goin With That Land Over There…??


Friend: Kuppy, stop the car!! Me: Uggh, again? Friend: Let’s get out. Me: We have 177,000 acres to visit. We can’t stop at every damn acre. Friend: Yeah, but not every acre is next to million dollar homes. Me: …A surprising number of them seem to be… It’s already noon and we’ve seen less than one percent of the portfolio… Friend: It’s just amazing. ... Read More
Categories: Investments
Positions Mentioned: JOE
May 28, 2018

Iron Bridge Resources


Let me start by saying that I am not an expert on oil geology; I’m not even a “sorta expert.” If you called me a novice at oil geology, I wouldn’t be offended. To prove this point, I’ll proudly admit that I guide my occasional oil investments by my “donut theory of petroleum geology.” What is the donut theory? Well, it basically says that ... Read More
Categories: Investments
Positions Mentioned: IBR CN
April 11, 2018

Time To Grab My Pitchfork (AIM Edition)


I have written about Aimia (AIM- Canada) a few times now (article 1, article 2, article 3). For a summary, AIM operates loyalty programs which are highly cash generative. The shares have collapsed following Air Canada notifying AIM that they will not continue their partnership when it ends in 2020. I figure AIM is worth somewhere north of $6 per share if you assume ... Read More
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Positions Mentioned: AIM CN
March 29, 2018

Tesla Learns About Reflexivity


Before George Soros focused his energies on undermining Western Society, he wrote a book detailing his theory of reflexivity. Reflexivity is the theory that the market’s own expectations about an event can help impact the actual future outcome of the event in a feedback loop of sorts. Take a mining company that needs to raise money to build a mine. Since the cost of ... Read More
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Positions Mentioned: TSLA
February 26, 2018

Viemed


Over the years, there have been multiple studies that show dramatic operational performance improvements at companies in the first few years after a spin-off. There are many theories for trend, but it likely comes down to a combination of; management being directly able to direct capital allocation, more focused and more rapid operational decision making, directly tying equity compensation to the actions of management ... Read More
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Positions Mentioned: VMD CN
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