in CCG's "Crisis of confidence" conference in Beijing and the problem with China small-caps. He's the largest LPH shareholder with Rochdale.
Rochedale's selling last year, triggered or coincided with the RTO scare at the time, was the major reason that drove LPH from mid 2s down to $1. I was tracking the tape at the time for weeks on end. And there was this seller that seemed to have unlimited supply to feed every 10k block bid. That seller turned out to be Rochedale.
In short, Rochedale can go to hell for all I care.
WAS the largest shareholder before liquidating ages ago due to a fund winding down. So now he's back in with a massive 81,000 shares. Damned by faint praise is what that is. Most of the longs here have more shares than that.
However, in the spirit of the glass being half full, maybe he is in the middle of buying more because he is so impressed with the clarity that mgmt is now providing.
Here's the link ......
I didn't know that Garrett was a former audit manager for KPMG. Good info.