When stocks crash nicely: the finer art of short selling

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HarperBusiness, Feb 1, 1991 - Business & Economics - 254 pages
Despite the fact that the Dow is hovering around all-time highs and the Great American Bull Market appears to be entering its eighth year, that hardy band of professional curmudgeons known as short sellers continues to prosper, in some cases earning more than a 50% return. Staley shows how to nalyze stock ripe for short selling.

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Short Sellers
Bubble Stocks
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KATHRYN F. STALEY has worked with hedge funds, brokerage firms, and other financial institutions to determine which stocks to sell and sell short. She has taught financial statement analysis for the Association for Investment Management Research (AIMR) and lectures on the absence of economic reality in publicly reported earnings announcements. She reads balance sheets and footnotes for fun and profit.

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