July 27, 2018

Air Canada Is Screwed


Ever since Air Canada announced the termination of their Aeroplan agreement with Aimia (AIM – Canada) last year, I have suspected that this was a prelude to them eventually acquiring Aeroplan. I believed this due to simple math. It will cost Air Canada $200 to $400 per cardmember to organically build their own loyalty program. Aeroplan has 5 million cardmembers, hence trying to build ... Read More
Categories: Investments
Positions Mentioned: AIM CN
July 9, 2018

PSO = Peak Shale Optimism


Ever since oil prices collapsed in 2014, there has been an underlying belief that oil prices could not go up due to endless oversupply from shale oil. Now, 4 years later, that supply growth is stalling. There are various reasons for this, but underlying everything else, is the fact that the basic economics of shale just aren’t that robust. This is partly due to ... Read More
Categories: Investments
Positions Mentioned: ESV, NE, TDW, TDW Warrants
July 4, 2018

Tesla Is The New Theranos (With A Curious Nazi Twist)


I originally started following Tesla (TSLA – USA) as I felt it was a structurally unprofitable business nearing a cash crunch as hundreds of competing products were about to enter the market. As I’ve studied Tesla more closely, I’ve come to realize that Elon Musk appears to be running a Ponzi Scheme disguised as an auto-manufacturer; where he has to keep unveiling new products, ... Read More
Positions Mentioned: TSLA
July 1, 2018

Ivar Kreuger Goes “Green”…


Let me start with an admission; following Tesla (TSLA – USA) has taken an increasingly disproportionate amount of my time over the past few months. At times, I cannot seem to look away from the unfolding train-wreck. I think this is because Tesla combines elements of every major securities fraud over the past century; along with the frenetic energy of a penny-stock promoter lurching ... Read More
Categories: Investments
Positions Mentioned: TSLA
June 25, 2018

All It Was Cracked Up To Be…


One of the toughest decisions when investing in growth companies; is when to sell the winners. The issue is that successful businesses continue to increase in value over time. Therefore, selling means that you miss out on some of that growth. That said; I tend to find that despite having a multi-year forward valuation target, sometimes, a good chunk of that valuation gets realized ... Read More
Categories: Investments
Positions Mentioned: JYNT, TSLA
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