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Even some risk arbitrageurs (who have been known to buy just about anything) avoid investing in liquidations, believing the process to be too uncertain or protracted.Indeed, investing in liquidations is sometimes disparagingly referred to as cigarbutt investing, whereby an investor picks up someone else’s discard with a few puffs left on it and smokes it. Valihura, Jr., Morris, Nichols, Arsht & Tunnell, Wilmington, and of counsel: Paul M. Morris, Cravath, Swaine & Moore, New York City, for appellant.We agree with the ruling of the Court of Chancery and, accordingly, affirm.

Their holdings included Home Insurance Company, Federal Home Life Insurance Company, Rheem Air Conditioners, World Color Press, General Developemnt Corporation, Guerdon Industries, Motel 6, California Savings and Loan, and more. Due to financial problems they were forced to liquidate the company.

Posted in About, Greenbackd, Liquidation, Liquidation Value, Net Current Asset Value, Net Quick Stocks, tagged Liquidating Value, Liquidation Value, Net Cash Stock, Net Current Asset Value, Net Net Stock, Net Quick Value on August 5, 2009| 12 Comments » Bespoke Investment Group (via The Reformed Broker) has a list of the biggest gainers for 2009.

It should come as no surprise to regular readers of Greenbackd that a number of the stocks are former sub-liquidation value plays (most of which we missed): We opened a position in VNDA and got a great return.

Most equity investors prefer (or are effectively required) to hold shares in ongoing businesses.

Companies in liquidation are the antithesis of the type of investment they want to make.

Their holdings included Home Insurance Company, Federal Home Life Insurance Company, Rheem Air Conditioners, World Color Press, General Developemnt Corporation, Guerdon Industries, Motel 6, California Savings and Loan, and more. Due to financial problems they were forced to liquidate the company.

Posted in About, Greenbackd, Liquidation, Liquidation Value, Net Current Asset Value, Net Quick Stocks, tagged Liquidating Value, Liquidation Value, Net Cash Stock, Net Current Asset Value, Net Net Stock, Net Quick Value on August 5, 2009| 12 Comments » Bespoke Investment Group (via The Reformed Broker) has a list of the biggest gainers for 2009.

It should come as no surprise to regular readers of Greenbackd that a number of the stocks are former sub-liquidation value plays (most of which we missed): We opened a position in VNDA and got a great return.

Most equity investors prefer (or are effectively required) to hold shares in ongoing businesses.

Companies in liquidation are the antithesis of the type of investment they want to make.

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