Episode #292: Tom Barton, White Rock Capital, “I Simply Thought, Nicely, This Is The Dumbest Quick Of All-Time”
Visitor: Tom Barton is the Founder, President, and Common Companion of White Rock Capital. He helped construct the primary multibillion-dollar short-selling hedge fund at Feshbach Brothers within the 1980s, the place he uncovered dozens of inventory frauds. Then he grew to become an early-stage investor, going lengthy on well being meals and satellite tv for pc TV. Now he runs White Rock Capital, the place a lot of his focus is on investments in gene-therapy companies.
Date Recorded: 2/26/2021
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Abstract: In episode 292, we welcome our visitor, Tom Barton, famed-short vendor and founder and President of White Rock Capital.
In right now’s episode, we begin with having a look again at one in all Tom’s tweets from September, which stated that GameStop was a misunderstood brief, and listen to why he thought so again then. We additionally contact on the variations between shorting primarily based on valuation versus as a result of the corporate is a fraud. Then we flip to what he principally focuses on as of late: biotech and gene-therapy corporations. We hear about his brutal two-year expertise as an activist and what he discovered from the expertise.
As we wind down, Tom walks us by means of some corporations he likes within the biotech area, and even shares a SPAC that appears enticing to him for the time being.
Please get pleasure from this episode with the White Rock Capital’s Tom Barton.
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