Interesting segment from John Oliver on why he thinks the MLM industry is bad (to put it nicely) and specifically calls out everyone’s favorite or hated MLM specifically, Herbalife LTD. (NYSE:HLF) – we believe in general although he is entertaining and agree with him on many issues he likes to go for quick laughs so sometimes the show is a bit superficial on some issues. However, at least for this video it is much longer than his regular shows (although nowhere near Ackman length) and was a special in depth investigation, but that said size does not always matter and we expect the long side likely will (rightfully) find many issues with Oliver’s comments (even if Oliver is overall right – which we are not making a judgement call on since we unlike CNN and InfoWars try to maintain some type of neutrality in reporting).
That said one can only imagine Whitney Tilson’s excitment that one of his heroes did a piece trashing a company he is short (copying it off Ackman) and despises, Tilson probably had a [REDACTED]
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Published on Nov 7, 2016
In a rare interview with Harvard Business School that was published online earlier this month, (it has since been taken down) value investor Seth Klarman spoke at length about his investment process, philosophy and the changes value investors have had to overcome during the past decade. Klarman’s hedge fund, the Boston-based Baupost has one of Read More
Multilevel marketing companies claim to be legitimate businesses, but some seem awfully…pyramid shaped. John Oliver and Jaime Camil demonstrate how they work.
What do you think of John Oliver MLMs and HLF in particular – comment below
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Gunpowder & Sky Distribution announced today their plans to release celebrated documentary BETTING ON ZERO next year after revealing a brand new teaser last week. The film, which was featured on this weekend’s episode of HBO’s Last Week Tonight with John Oliver”, premiered at the 2016 Tribeca Film Festival to critical acclaim and has continued to create buzz at various festivals throughout the year. BETTING ON ZERO will be released theatrically in early 2017.
The riveting docu-thriller focuses on controversial hedge fund titan Bill Ackman amidst his crusade to expose global nutritional giant Herbalife as the largest pyramid scheme in history, while Herbalife executives claim Ackman is a market manipulator out to bankrupt them and make a killing off his billion dollar short.
The withering crossfire engulfs working class Latinos seeking justice, middle-Americans forging their financial future, and eventually draws federal regulators into an investigation that will affect the lives of millions around the world.
The story is still currently unfolding in real time as Herbalife’s Chief Executive, Michael O. Johnson, recently announced he will be stepping down from his current position.
“This is a riveting, important story,” said G&S’s Jake Hanly. “It gives a voice to Herbalife’s victims and we’re proud to help amplify that voice.”
Ted Braun (Darfur Now), the director of the film added: “I’m deeply satisfied and inspired to bring BETTING ON ZERO to a global audience with the team that championed unforgettable, cinematic documentaries like Senna and Exit Through the Gift Shop.”
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