A long list of Anson short positions.Good post on Stockhouse here
u/Rubarbarbara, Reddit, 17 March 2021
I have the full post below:We all know how the dirty rats at Anson Funds work. Wash trading, down ticking, spoofing among a host of other dirty tricks the banks let them get away with.
Then we have their army of social media bashers, their relationships with Nate Anderson at Hindenburg Research, Ben Axler at Sprucepoint Capital Management and Andrew Left at Citron Research, amongst many others. All of them in the pay of Moez and Anson Funds.
All working together to destroy companies and profit off their illegal deals.
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Counterpoint: Short sellers like us create real value for public markets by telling Canadian investors the truth
Ben Axler, 17 December 2019
In late January 2021, GameStop experienced a once-in-a-decade squeeze that has captivated the world’s attention. It was a premeditated and programmatic exercise, orchestrated by coordinated stock and option buying across the retail and professional community, resulting in large institutional entities losing billions of dollars. Investment houses with significant short positions did not expect a stock with GameStop’s fundamental profile to increase +2,500% in price over less than three weeks; therefore, they did not have the controls in place to handle the incredible levels of stock and call option purchases. The frenzy drew comments from the White House, provoked a social media crackdown, caused brokerage units to restrict trading, and has led to a Congressional hearing on GameStop on Thursday, February 18th.
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Meet the New York investor who’s making all the right calls in shorting Canadian stocks
Victor Ferreira, 19 November 2018
Ben Axler is used to being alone on his stock calls. In August, the New-York-based short seller released a report criticizing Canadian space tech juggernaut Maxar Technologies Ltd., raising questions about some of its accounting practices and warning that the company’s shares could lose more than half their value. Continue reading “Article: Meet the New York investor who’s making all the right calls in shorting Canadian stocks”