My answer would have been yes had I seen your post the day you posted it....it is down almost 50% since then...Ohio is a very liberal state (was) along with Wisconsin and SC --although lots of pressure on SC right now as well....without Ohio things are tough.
Thanks for the response ... I figure the gap between the two share prices is likely to close, but I can't get any shares of QCCO to short for a pair trade.
And frankly there are some things about AEA's reporting that make me uncomfortable. For instance cash flow into a declining advances-receivable account, effectively backfilling for loan losses, that is not really an "investing cash flow." And where's the discussion about the zooming rate of losses as a fraction of aggregate principal advanced? All that makes me feel kind of awkward about the stock, even at these price levels.