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Hindenburg says another report coming
This is what the tweet says:
New report soon—another big one.
That’s it. They have not elaborated further.
What may happen?
I am sure they do not target small companies, only big ones to make sure there is high liquidity to make a good profit. If it’s an Indian company it will be one from Nifty 50. In that case, we may witness more fall in Nifty due to the cascading effect.
First COVID, the Ukrian War, then Adani, then banks in the US, and now another report. 🙁
Even if it’s a US-based company – the cascading effect will be seen in India though it will not affect much compared to if it will be an Indian company.
I just hope it’s not Ambani. If it is, we are doomed.
I will wait for the report to come and send you a detailed analysis.
So what Nathan Anderson owner of Hindenburg Research LLC do?
Founded by Nathan Anderson in 2017 and based in New York City Hindenburg Research LLC is an investment research firm with a focus on activist short-selling.
Remember that they are short sellers – they want the companies’ stock to fall after their report comes out in the public domain. They first short the stock/derivative/bond and then release the report.
As far as the Adani case – they held short positions in Adani companies through bonds and non-Indian-traded derivative instruments.
So they shorted Adani bonds and derivative instruments traded in US stock exchanges and of course must have made a huge profit.
Can traders in the US sell bonds?
Yes. It certainly is possible to sell a bond short, as you would sell a stock short. Since you are selling a bond that you do not own, it must be borrowed. This requires a margin account and, of course, some capital as collateral against the sales proceeds. There are interest charges for borrowing too. Just as an investor who shorts a stock must pay the lender any dividends, a short seller of a bond must pay the lender the coupons (interest) owed on the bond.
In India, we cannot short bonds.
An update will be written here when the Hindenburg report will come out.
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Now that we all know that stocks are manipulated, is there still a pattern in manipulation?
From Julian John’s iPhone
Not all stocks are manipulated.
SEBI keeps an eye.
It’s tough to manipulate blue chip stocks.
So stay away from small caps – primarily illiquid stocks – they are nowadays promoted in social media for making profit through the pump and dump schemes.
This is good post on pump and dump scheme: