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  • okjustthefacts okjustthefacts Feb 21, 2002 1:49 PM Flag

    Big difference.

    ALI can sell without Going C11.

    I don't see where Alterra - which will be highly motivated to sell - can help the market for assited living facilities. ie why pay retail?

    I still don't see where SRZ selling off assets and slowing down its development is ever going to make any more money than it does right now.

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    • Okjust...

      You say "I still don't see where SRZ selling off assets and slowing down its development is ever going to make any more money than it does right now."

      I say, "Ever hear of Europe? Canada?" SRZ has homes operating throughout Canada, around London, and other projects coming out of the ground, as well as in due diligence throughout the U.K. and Germany.

      ALI can't even begin to get into that arena. There is no comparison, except for the industry, between these two companies. Fiscally or culturally.

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      • Covered short today. Still very bearish, just expect the company to do its promote fest prior to earnings release. I'm hoping to short again a few points higer. Third time w/ a profit. Expect the next downturn on this to bring it to well below $20/share, nadybe $15-17.

      • 1. Not pumping ALI - BIG Capital looser in Assited Living - but somthing to look at when considering SRZ.

        2. "Ever hear of Europe, Canada?" - Yes - overseas is interesting but how many projects are we actually talking about. Not to mention socialized medicine in some of those areas.

        3. Back when SRZ was $13 I should have bought - but now is not a good time to be getting in -

        I agree with ZeddD - it is a time of "honest scrutiny" - If you are holding I don't see SRZ dropping significantly (90%).

        I do see this as a short candidate and apparently - so do a lot of other people -
        Can someone explain these numbers?

        Short Interest
        As of 8-Jan-2002
        Shares Short 6.93M
        Percent of Float 66.7%
        Shares Short
        (Prior Month) 6.30M
        Short Ratio 17.47
        Daily Volume 397.0K

 

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