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Here are a few of our current holdings/buy ratings

 
On the flipside, a couple of our biggest wins so far this year include the likes of

Amira Nature Foods (ANFI) is up 131% since our 8/27 long call

 

  

“Based on its current metrics, Amira is unreasonably cheap. When you combine that with the growth potential for its basmati rice and organic products, you get a very cheap growth company. We think the company's stellar earnings report has caught the shorts off-guard and we see further upside from short-covering alone. ”


 Responsys (MKTG) is up 66% since our 11/22 long call 

“Responsys has nearly $2 per share in cash, and negligible debt. It's one of the leading companies in the targeted marketing industry, and has a highly scalable business model. International growth, the rise of digital/mobile marketing and the fact that Responsys trades at a huge discount to peers should ultimately help boost the company to over $22 in the near term.”


 Coldwater Creek (CWTR) is down 71% since our 9/11 short

“We understand that investors look at CWTR from peak to trough and think that the company is cheap. Well it's cheap because it's business is deteriorating and it continues on that path. We don't see anything on the horizon to right this sinking ship. We advise investors owning shares to exit their positions because the next stop for CWTR is bankruptcy and a delisting.”


hhgregg (HGG) is down 43% since our 9/13 short

 

“We think the HGG downside is vast, where HGG has a net current asset value per share (NCAVPS) of $2.83, or 20% of the stock price. Compare this to other "troubled" electronics retailer RadioShack's $2.20 of NCAVPS, or 56% of its share price. We believe the company should be trading at 60% to 75% of its current market cap, and without any real improvement in brand image or market improvement in sales mix, the company could head even lower.”

  • How We Do

We believe that success comes from a disciplined hands on approach to equity research. We do not always subscribe to the broad market consensus and are not afraid to support and defend a recommendation that is value added.