Long on those who go Long on Shareholder Lawsuit Lawsuits

by Julia Mezzanine Tranche

According to the 10b-5 Daily, according to the Economist, according an article in the Stanford Law Review, according to a study by James Cox, according to data collected from 118 securities class-action suits between 1995 and 2002, 72% of institutions never claim their full share of the lawsuit proceeds.

The always interesting 10b-5 Daily notes that the article notes that institutional investors may be “violating their fiduciary responsibilities when they do not try to get their money” from firms violating their fiduciary responsibilities and could be the subject of “class-action suits” over the improper handling of class-action suits.

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Recommendation: Start going long on anything going long on shareholder suits that sue firms that fail to file shareholder suits.

We are also shorting shorters of Funds of Funds invested in Mutual Funds, the frequent victims of the victims of shareholder lawsuit lawsuits.

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