My positions in the Market

With all thediscussion on the blog about Naked Shorting, much of which was more like a spy novella than a market discussion, I have gotten too many emails asking what my positions in the market are.

First, the disclaimer. Do your own research. None of the mentions are endorsements or suggestionsfor you to trade the stocks I have positions in. Although I believe that stocks are marketed and sold, with the louder the shouting about a financial instrument, the more movement it has, this is not to be considered “getting long and loud, or getting short and shouting”.

I am not going to give more than 1 sentencereasons why I have taken a position. I have also excluded positions in which I am now effectively marketneutral due to hedging.

Longs

LGF – The only indie film library available, willing to leverage new media for revenue

RENT – Only independent source advertisers can use for tracking Video on Demand and Online Video on Demand

NSIT – Good company I have owned pretty much since they came public

SIGM – Chipset powers High Definition playback devices that allow for connection of USB hard drives and supports leading High Def codecs

GRU – Lots of traffic, that if they can monetize and keep costs very low could lead to nice cash flow

TCOW.OB – Good management, low PE, sells to growing market segment.

Shorts

IOC – Appears to have cash issues.

IIG – I don’t like companies that sell products that consumers shouldn’t buy. It catches up at some point.

Short Pairings

Long – NFI , NFI Puts, Short – NFI Preferred, stock loaned for rebate

The stock is tough to borrow, the preferred wasn’t. If the company craters as some suggest, the preferred and puts will make me money. If it doesn’t, asothers suggest, the dividend and the stock loan premium, which paid the costs of the puts and the interest on the preferred, should make me a little money. The volume around the stock created the opportunity.

There you have all of my trading positions.

Please don’t email me and ask me why. Do your own homework and make your own decisions.

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  8. When do you plan to cover IIG? Looking for advice as I am short as well.

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  9. Barron’s featured Mark Cuban in the weekend’s issue (May 7th). He explained his opinion/potential of GuruNet (GRU). The pps went up on the follwong Monday and crashed down on Tuesday and today (Wednesday). Could be there any connection? Did Mark suddenly sell some or all his shares? Or did he join briefly the GRU short sellers? Any information or opinion about that subject?

    Comment by Omar -

  10. Amex begins investigation into short and naked short trading in Interoil shares-IOC-AMEX.Declared short position now stands at 1.91 million.Yesterday Interoil announced spud of Black Bass prospect.Depth will be reached in 45 days.This should be very interesting to say the least,

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  11. Since you have a position in MAMA and GRU have you done any work on Interchange? INCX 2.5 times revenue and launching local.com in a few months. You can try their local search tool now at http://www.epilot.com go to local direct and type in

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  12. Looking for Interoil to start drilling shortly with all that cash of 125 million just raised for the exploration.Should start to really heat up.Symbol IOC-Amex

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  13. Thanks for sharing your holdings. How long have you owned GRU? Where you in before the IPO? And how long do you plan on holding on to it? I wanted to ask you at the Basketball game about an hour ago, but you looked pretty pissed off when the calls started to go against you guys. I was sitting a few rows behind you at Arco Arena in Section 110. Thanks, owners like you and the Maloofs are the future of the NBA.

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  14. Thanks for sharing your positions in the market. I am interested in Insight and Rentra. Will do further research on these companies.

    Thanks
    Jay
    http://www.vinvesting.com – free stock picks from leading investors

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  15. NFI came in with $9.04 Taxable Income for 2004, and actually paid $6.75, of which $1 was carry forward from 2003.

    The way the numbers worked out, they have carried forward $3.88 into 2005. That means that if they stay flat in 05, instead of the 14%+ growth they are on target for, they will have $12.92 or so of $ they could distribute as a dividend – I’m saying they will pay $7.50-$8.00. So your long play on the common was smart, the short on the preferred mystifying, the puts as you correctly said offset by the $ from the borrow.

    So it would appear that the dolts like lapdog that have been saying that the company was doomed for almost 3 years now were once again proven wrong. Although I’m quite sure Rocker and his quislings will continue their ill-conceived and completely lacking in credibility campaign, and whoever has been naked shorting the hell out of them will continue to attempt to keep the price depressed using that mechanism – it couldn’t possibly be that the cost of collateralizing the disastrous short position has forced a hedge fund to resort to illegal behavior to keep the price down, could it?

    Why don’t you just put in a tender offer for $75 per share first thing Monday and make someone’s week with the gap up? You seem to enjoy the game – wouldn’t that be fun? You could single handedly put a hedge fund under in 24 hours.

    Not that that would be right, or anything. But you have to admit that the growth from $5.58 in 2003 to $9.04 in 2004 was pretty amazing, and considering that it was trading in the high $60’s based on that $5.58 trailing TI last Spring before the manipulations really got rolling, with a $9.04 trailing TI it’s pretty easy to argue that it is wildly undervalued at $37.50 or so – unless of course a likely 22% yield at this price when peers are yielding in the 10%-14% range (not including the carry-forward of $3.88) seems appropriately valued to you.

    Congrats in getting onto the right side of the NFI trade. The good news is that the preferred shouldn’t move up more than 10% or so against you on the short, so you will more than offset that with the gain from the common and the dividends.

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  16. Thanks for your thought on investing – common sense tends to makes sense in the long run even when a new tech. looks cool and everyone is caught up in the excitement.

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  17. Do you follow http://www.findprofit.com. I noticed they covered IIG and TCOW. They were coving TCOW around $0.50.

    They hate IIG too. Where there is smoke sometimes there is fire.

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  18. Brian….”One man’s trash is another man’s treasure.” (eBay’s success proves that….LOL)

    I do agree that I probably should not have mentioned those particular stocks in this particular forum. My trading approach (“swing for the fence”) definitely IS NOT for the faint of heart. I believe it’s a matter of individual perspective….I often assume high risk with the expectation of high reward. I’ve been trying to make it to the “other side of the tracks” for most of my life….That’s what drives me. Honestly, I’m not trying to scam anyone. Hey, thanks for the wish of luck….

    James Parham Jr.
    Yuba City, CA

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  19. I thank PRoales for taking the time to provide Yahoo links for each of Mark’s positions (see posts 3,4,5 above). However, using the answers.com website, which is owned by Mark’s GRU, it’s much easier to get the relevant information on each company mentioned.

    I took a minute to download the answers.com Alt-click software to my PC. Then I only had to Alt-click on any of the stock symbols listed, and voila, I get information like this:

    http://www.answers.com/gru

    This is *very* powerful stuff, and I can see why Mark owns this stock. Please visit the link below to see more examples.

    http://answersblogger.blogspot.com/2005/03/answerscom-see-for-yourself.html

    Comment by Tom -

  20. Granted… Stocks don’t always trade on logic… Why do you think that is? Because swing traders and guys like you keep trading your money with each other, and paying commissions to your brokerages.

    That, and those creeps who send out faxes to people’s offices saying 10 OUT OF 10!! GREAT OPPORTUNITY!! POISED FOR QUICK GROWTH!! Then pocket the money of some stupid CPA from Nashville as the stock goes down 76% a day for the entire next week.

    I’m not saying you shouldn’t invest in these things. In fact I wish you the best of luck with them. However, suggesting them to other people is just wrong. Those people might not have the same experience trading crap, and have subsequently lower risk tolerances than yourself.

    And of course… god bless America.

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  21. Response to Brian:

    What’s up Brian? It’s great that we live in a free country where ALL individuals have the right to freely express their views and opinions….Don’t you think?

    Regarding the (2) stocks I previously mentioned (CRDM & BIZ)….I openly admit that these are “risky” stocks, (BIZ was previously on the Reg SHO Threshold Securities List….hence the naked short reference) however, the “risk” has created the potential for big percentage gains (swing trades not long term investments.)

    Fundamentals:
    Stocks don’t trade soley based on fundamentals….Stocks do not always trade according to logic….

    CRDM and BIZ (currently trading at $0.34-0.35 and $0.17-0.18 respectively) will (in my opinion) both bring nice percentage gains -swing trades only.

    “I’m Your Huckleberry”

    James Parham Jr.
    Yuba City, CA

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  22. In response to Paul’s question pertaining to an 11% arbitrage. Of course a riskless 11% is impossible. There is a spread on the dividend amounts he is paying and recieving (more like 8% on current stock prices)… However, you have to figure in the risk of capital gain or loss on the underlying stocks price. They could move in favor or against his holdings.

    http://finance.yahoo.com/q/bc?t=6m&s=NFI-PC&l=on&z=m&q=l&c=nfi

    There’s a quick little chart showing how volitile NFI is compared to the preferred stock. Mark would be getting hosed on his NFI long position by a greater amount than the dividend spread.

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  23. James,

    You’re flaming the board with a bunch of your own crackerjack stocks that no one wants to hear about. You say you trade high risks stocks… They are DOGS. Cardima is a wreck, its getting delisted, and what exactly is your chart support for BIZ.net? All the FCF and EBITA numbers are useless. Look at the bottom line. Earnings per share is negative 21 cents per. The stock is trading at 18 cents. Thats not bleeding, thats a hemmorage.

    And how exactly is this stock being naked short? Or was that just a poor attempt to stay on target. The stock doesn’t meet market cap, or share price requirements to short it.

    Thats my due diligence. Go flame on Yahoo Groups like the rest of the “know it alls”…

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  24. Hey Mark, I’ve always been impressed by the honesty and transparancy behind your posts. That said, couldn’t you get in trouble for posting your positions and reasoning behind them, notwithstanding your disclaimer? (“None of the mentions are endorsements or suggestions for you to trade the stocks I have positions in.”) You have a heavily trafficked website, a respected reputation in the market, and – I assume – no license to give investment advice.

    I don’t know enough to know whether your post crosses any sort of line or even comes close, just enough to know it is probably worth your at least thinking about taking it down. If I’m completely off-base I apologize. Just looking out for your best interests.

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  27. Your comment on IIG is off the mark… The company sells custom e-commerce storefronts to small business and entrepreneurs. That’s all they do.

    By your measure, I should short the firm that leases retail space on Main Street in my hometown, because -heaven forbid- they might get involved with someone whose business idea fails.

    It’s the same thing – just that one is offline and the other is online. Well, there is one major difference of course – the cost difference : online is a lot cheaper.

    Don’t you live in a free country?

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  28. Nothing wrong with IIG or its model… 13Gs posted today showed Fidelity and Wellington just doubled their positions to 10% each. Sure, most consumers would not need or want what IIG offers, but within its niche IIG has the best service available.

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  29. Hey Mark….This morning I took a long position in a company called DSL.net @$0.18/share (Ticker Symbol: BIZ.) Although I believe this stock is sometimes subject to manipulation (naked shorting?), I made a purchase based on the earnings announcement the company released today (link below.) It sounds like (BIZ) is going in the right direction fundamentally. Maybe someone with better balance sheet expertise might want to chime in? Technically speaking, (BIZ) has been basing at support, but the stock looks to be starting a potential uptrend (with a pickup in volume.) Anyone interested in discussing this stock can email me at jim@bluesville.us -Obviously, everyone should do their own due diligence….I trade fairly “high risk” stocks. Take care….

    http://biz.yahoo.com/bw/050309/95933_1.html

    James Parham Jr.
    Yuba City, CA

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  30. Mark,it shows you are a class act to give up info on your positions to people who probably dont need/deserve to know them. I am fascinated
    find someone who still does the DD like us regular guys.(hmmm,, maybe thats how you got where you are,,)
    That being said, I have a passion for home theater (first HDNET viewer in my part of the planet) and I have a large position in SIGM (probably for the same reasons you do) and will not sell till the market figures out what WE already know.
    My question (heck,,I’m a lawyer ,,we always beat around the bush) regards AMPEX which I feel should still be on your long/unhedged list (as it is on mine in a large way) and without using the Wh_ ? word ,, could you please give a little insight/guidance as to whatever it is I am missing? Eron

    Comment by Eron Hershey Epstein -

  31. I hope Mark’s initiative sets a precedent.

    And possibly someone will turn this example of transparency into a business – for example, wouldn’t it be great if there was a message board on Schwab.com where investors, big and small, could comment on stocks AND include an automatic shortcut to their recent trading history or positions. Of course names are withheld.

    Any takers? Or is this sort of thing already available?

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  32. Mark,
    It just amazes me how you are able to keep up with all these different monetary issues with so many things to manage in your life. (i.e.an NBA franchise, amongst other things) How does someone with so many different investements create time to manage them all?

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  33. “The January Effect”….What’s next? How about “THE CUBAN EFFECT.” I may never be a billionaire, but can I (James Parham Jr. of Yuba City, CA) at least get credit for coining the phrase? Any copyright/trademark attorneys in the hizzle?….Just kidding of course!

    I’m sure most of you saw what happened to the share price of mamma.com after traders/investors learned of MC’s investment in the company…..To the moon it went, at least for a while. Let’s see how Mark’s current stock holdings fair over the course of the next few months. Here are the stocks, both longs and shorts, with today’s closing prices:

    Longs: LGF $11.35…. RENT $10.78…. NSIT $18.63…. SIGM $10.53…. GRU $20.53…. TCOW.OB $1.00

    Shorts: IOC $41.80…. IIG $11.73

    “THE CUBAN EFFECT”….M^3=$….We’ll see….

    James Parham Jr.
    Yuba City, CA

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  34. Thanks for the info Mark. I love your blog, do you do your own investment research or have a team of advisors do it?

    Derrick

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  35. Good call on IIG, Imergent otherwise known as StoresOnline. I went to their seminar on recommendation of a friend. I did some research and read some of the horror stories.

    I still went to one of the seminars, but I prepared a little piece of paper that talked about their history (Dateline investigative reports, 250 complaints at ripoffreport.com, etc.). I gave the piece of paper to one of the attendees. The cheery salesperson turned into a pissed off thug. He snatched the paper from the person’s hand and pushed me. Freaked out, I ran out of the hotel where the seminar was. Two salespeople chased me out until I finally ditched them.

    Bottom line: Imergent is a total scam and I hope they go down. Somehow I don’t think this will happen. In the past, the law has just given them a little slap on the wrist. I’m sure the Texas attorney general will do the same.

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  36. To clarify my previuos post….The TCOW stock chart is also forming a near term “wedge” signaling a (potential) breakout…..

    James Parham Jr.
    Yuba City, CA

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  37. One more comment….TCOW.OB (TCOW is the ticker symbol used with Ameritrade) looks like a great potential near term trade (as well as an investment.) Technically speaking (chartwise), TCOW looks good for a potential 10-20% gain (breakout) in the next few trading days (based on today’s closing price of $1.00, the current uptrending chart, and two month resistance levels.) We’ll see…….Where’s Miss Cleo when you need her?

    James Parham Jr.
    Yuba City, CA

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  38. Mark – interesting position on NFI you have – being long the common stock and short the preferred.
    The common pays as of today nearly a 20% dividend yield, while the preferred shorts are costing you only an 8.7% interest. The margin provided by the long NFI would also more than take of the margin required by the short NFI/PC.

    Is this really a way to make an 11% spread at no risk?

    Comment by Paul -

  39. Hey Mark….I just saw your appearance on “Your World w/Cavuto” a few minutes ago. Man, what a great life you have! It seems the more money a person has, the easier it is to make (more) money. I can hear the wealthy folks out there saying, “Duh….!” Anyway, today’s Cavuto appearance, coupled with your current blog entry, will undoubtedly boost the stocks/prices you mentioned. I wish I had money freed up, but I don’t. I’m still holding that CRDM position pending news. At any rate, I would like to make a suggestion….Just for fun, how about a Blog Maverick stock picking contest? I know you are an extremely competitive person. To keep it simple, perhaps each participant (including you) could pick 7-10 stocks (either long or short) based on a particular day’s closing prices. Obviously there would have to be a start date and an end date for the contest, along with other clarifying rules. What do you think? As a self taught trader and a card carrying member of the “have nots,” I would like a chance to compete with the folks on the other side. Thanks again for everything….That was a very nice gesture, revealing the stocks you own….I bet they’ll go up as the news spreads. Take care….

    James Parham Jr.
    Yuba City, CA

    Comment by James Parham Jr. -

  40. How do you buy your shares? I’m interested to know if you do it publicly or through shell companies and funds. I can imagine every tech share you invest in is scrutinized, which is not necessarily a bad thing because I’m sure there is some good marketing attaching your name to a company (especially a small cap tech/entertainment company). But, isn’t there a negative of your stocks being overanalysed?

    I realise analysing stocks isn’t a bad thing but the level of attention and hypothetical scenarios that get played out must have some kind of effect (though I expect it’s mostly positive).

    What about your recent comments on naked shorting, is this going to negatively affect the companies you deal in?

    Comment by Adam -

  41. Mark, on stocks that are hard to borrow, why not buy the put and sell the call? … you lose a bit on the bid/ask but you’ll effectively have the same risk position as shorting the stock without having to borrow (downside play and unlimited upside risk).

    Plus, if you present to trade in large enough size with a good broker (who can execute the trade), the pricing should be comparable (net /net accounting for dividends & interests rates etc.) to shorting the stock. Only major downside is expiration date on the trade, but if you feel strongly enough, you can always roll it over.

    Thanks for all your great posts.

    Michael

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  42. Mark, while your at it, can you comment on your current rationale for holding CHTR? I assume you left out of the list due to it being a non-trading postion for you. Thanks!

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  43. We love your blog!

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  45. Shorts

    IOC – http://finance.yahoo.com/q?s=IOC
    IIG – http://finance.yahoo.com/q?s=IIG

    Short Pairings

    Long – NFI http://finance.yahoo.com/q?s=NFI

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  46. Longs – continued (only 3 links allowed)

    SIGM – http://finance.yahoo.com/q?s=sigm
    GRU – http://finance.yahoo.com/q?s=gru
    TCOW.OB – http://finance.yahoo.com/q?s=TCOW.OB

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  47. Here to save everyone just a little bit of time..

    Longs

    LGF – http://finance.yahoo.com/q?s=lgf
    RENT – http://finance.yahoo.com/q?s=RENT
    NSIT – http://finance.yahoo.com/q?s=NSIT

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  48. Thanks for the insight Mark. It’s not every day we get to see inside a Billionaire’s personal portfolio!

    Good Luck with your positions.🙂

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  49. Any words of advice to the newest NBA team owner – Dan Gilbert?

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  50. Wow, I am surprised you actually posted this, mind you- I have always been curious to know your positions. I am also a big fan of LGF, and based on my limited knowledge they appear to be a very dynamic company.
    Thanks for the post!

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  53. I do agree that I probably should not have mentioned those particular stocks in this particular forum. My trading approach (“swing for the fence”) definitely IS NOT for the faint of heart. I believe it’s a matter of individual perspective….

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  54. That being said, I have a passion for home theater (first HDNET viewer in my part of the planet) and I have a large position in SIGM (probably for the same reasons you do) and will not sell till the market figures out what WE already know.

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  55. Your buddy Mark Faulk is at it again http://www.streetiq.com/dir/CFRN.shtml (this is from Friday)

    got his own podcast on CFRN http://cfrn.net and a slot on http://cfrn.net/investigates

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  56. good!

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  57. Appears Mark Cuban sells short very well and invests long not so well (no stand-outs and some defeats here).

    http://finance.yahoo.com/q/bc?s=LGF,RENT,NSIT,SIGM,ANSW,TCX,IOC,IIG

    Comment by Mike -

  58. It makes me sick how much time and energy you waste on reviewing and crying about the refs in the NBA.Now when NBA teams come into your building, they don’t get a fair shake. Unlike all the other ass kissers on your site, I will let you have it. You should have a bibe in your mouth when you watch the Mavs play in your building.

    Eric Nichols
    Los Angeles.

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  59. Mark,

    It makes me sick how much time and energy you waste on reviewing and crying about the refs in the NBA.Now when NBA teams come into your building, they don’t get a fair shake. Unlike all the other ass kissers on your site, I will let you have it. You should have a bibe in your mouth when you watch the Mavs play in your building.

    Eric Nichols
    Los Angeles.

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  62. Mark,

    It’s been awhile since an update, are these stocks still in your portfolio? Thanks for sharing, it’s nice to get a look into your investments.

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  63. Mark,

    It’s been awhile since an update, are these stocks still in your portfolio? Thanks for sharing, it’s nice to get a look into your investments.

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  64. Glad to c ya come aboard tucows.Hope your position gets this company some much needed attention.

    Comment by Joshua -

  65. Mark…you are a great contrarian investor…what’ behind your thinking in buying 9% of register.com. Also, besides TXN, whatis the best way to play high def? Thx

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  66. I am new to trading and its lingo, so could you take a quick minute and explain short selling?

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  67. Nice stock picks ! If you are interested in another wild man of money…

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  68. I am sure this isn’t your full portfoio, but is is interesting. I am curious why you are not holding any positions in VC or other holding companies? We all know your background.

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  69. I am sure this isn’t your full portfoio, but is is interesting. I am curious why you are not holding any positions in VC or other holding companies? We all know your background.

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  70. Nice disclosure Mark.
    Funny to note that of the 6 mentioned, the 5 that you were down on are up and the one that you were up on is down.
    Did you need to clear out a few shares for a new TV show?

    I’ve always done well on your advice, thanks for it.

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