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
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
Categories: Investments
Positions Mentioned: AIM CN
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