The market has begun to price in the likelihood of a US-China trade deal. But this would not be the end of China’s problems with its biggest trading partner, says renowned short-seller (and China bear) Jim Chanos in this short clip.
The Contrarian Investor Podcast Posts
Featuring hedge fund manager Michael Kahan of North Peak Capital
Shares of timeshare companies have not done particularly well lately. That is understandable considering the options investors have elsewhere as well as the state of the economic cycle in the US.
This week’s guest, Michael Kahan of North Peak Capital Management, likes one particular stock in the sector. Content: The value proposition (2:33), the stock (3:15), drivers of revenue growth during recessions (6:00), more on the hedge fund (16:30), entry points (19:35).
Retail is dead. Brick and mortars shopping has been replaced by E-commerce. Amazon is triumphant, the victor over all goods that can reasonably be bought and sold. The experience of in-person shopping, whether for clothes or food or electronics or anything else, is going the way of the horse and buggy.
This is the conventional wisdom. It would take a very wise (and contrarian) individual to want to oppose it. But that’s exactly what this week’s guest is all about. @ValueStockGeek has spotted some opportunities in retail stocks. Yes, really.
Finding mispriced securities (3:00), more about ValueStockGeek and his process (12:54), stock ideas (15:23).
The guest was kind enough to share some reports that factor into his view: