an airline for pets, a pre-viagra e.d. drug, and other tales of dead companies walking

I’m traveling this week, so I’m not able to write a new blog post, but I thought I would share the video of the presentation J. Carlo Cannell and I made at last year’s Stansberry Conference in Las Vegas. (Email subscribers can find the video on Youtube by clicking here.) I’m scheduled to present at the conference again this September. You can register here if you’d like to attend.

Carlo and I had a lot of fun talking about some of the dead companies walking we’ve come across in our careers, and going over the research we conducted before initiating our shorts. Carlo’s two examples are truly unbelievable: a profitless airline for pets that was once valued at $100 million and a dodgy software company with a CEO who wound up in a Columbian prison. Incredibly, you’ll see that the first company I discussed (which I did not include in my book) is still in business. You can’t make this stuff up. We also mixed in a number of lessons we’ve gleaned over the years and answered a few questions at the end of the talk.


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