Wednesday, September 26, 2012
Net-Net Solitron's Bizarre Behaviour
Posted by Saj Karsan
Communicating with management is something many shareholders like to do. But it's not always easy. My belief is that if you're not calling on behalf of a name-brand Wall Street firm, most managers have little time for you. Consider the treatment experienced by a value investor who tried to communicate with the CEO of Solitron Devices, a company whose shares trade at a large discount to its net current assets.
Labels: Solitron Devices