My point is investors have no recourse over losses employees who lose jobs no recourse.Greedy short bastids who publish lies should be sued but they will claim freedom of speech even if they get proved wrong they get away with it.Tilson took this story to 60 mints the little #$%$ from Seeking Alpha started this they are the real crooks.What really bothers me is they don't give a flying F about people only the $ they will make by shorting these people will all go to hell GOD know what they are leaches and vultures.I hold no position.The tribe members like Tilson Carson Block and Ackman job is to create misery for many for the almighty $ of profit.
They want to destroy for profits all mighty $$$$$
They don't care about peoples jobs only their bank account...I am still lurking to get in and I will profit as this will get oversold.I will catch the bounce...
EXCLUSIVE: Whitney Tilson Says Lumber Liquidators Stock 'Is A Zero'
Last update: 02/03/2015 11:30:08 am
In an email sent to investors and Benzinga, Whitney Tilson commented that Sunday's 60 Minutes piece featuring Lumber Liquidators Holdings Inc (NYSE: LL) was "UNBELIEVABLE!"
"I am in awe of the investigative journalism 60 Minutes did, which validated my decision to bring the story to them," the hedge fund manager said. "They uncovered many things I didn't know and I am now even more convinced that this stock is a zero."
Tilson clarified his stake in Lumber Liquidators and noted that "this is a three percent short posit
12:57 pm Ocwen Fincl confirms that on February 24, 2015 it received notice from a trustee that a majority of Certificateholders of two Trusts had voted to terminate Ocwen as Servicer (OCN) : The co notes that these two Pooling and Servicing Agreements represent $260 mln of unpaid principal balance or 0.07% of Ocwen's overall servicing portfolio and $0.8 million in MSR value. These two PSAs were part of the 119 transactions referenced in our February 5, 2015 Form 8-K filing
The Company believes the financial impact of these transfers will be immaterial to Ocwen's overall financial condition.
It called calculated risk #$%$ ...