Have a look at another stock profiled in the video presentation we have been highlighting.
As you can see, shares of SVU collapsed by more than 50% on July 12, 2012 and close down by 49%.
Mike recommended investors to short SVU in the video presentation produced on May 30, 2012.
The total return for our call was 40% if you had shorted when the video presentation was released. This represents the worst possible return you could have made if you shorted SVU after we released this video. If you had waited a few weeks, your returns would have been higher.
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