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Long or Short Capital Dividend Policy

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Creating value for our subscribers, that’s what we are all about. If we don’t get you with our content, we’ll instead reel you in with our dividends. Long or Short Capital paid our subscribers a quarterly dividend, which amounted to a total of $3.78 in our trailing twelve months which ended 7/31/2007. So as much as we value our readers, now they can value us. Literally. That was the good news.

But now the bad news. Due to the current capital market uncertainty, especially the difficulty we have encountered in trying to secure a revolving line of credit so that we are able maintain sufficient liquidity, as well as the difficulty we have had in finding (entirely theoretical) potential debtor-in-possession financing (seriously we aren’t going to file, we swear on your wife’s life), we have entered a cash conservation mode and have suspended our dividends, retroactively and futurely. We have hired a financial advisor to address the appropriateness of soliciting reverse dividends from our subscriberholders to improve our liquidity and ease the burden of certain off-balance sheet arrangements that were undertaken to finance my yacht. We will keep you updated.

All other inquiries should be directed to misterjuggles@gmail.com. The management of Long or Short are proud to be economists, who are utilizing incentives, science and research to improve the lives of the rich.

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