A Big Fund Bought Up Marijuana Stock Aurora Cannabis and Mastercard.
Ed Lin, 15 February 2021
A large pension recently made big changes in its U.S.-traded investments. British Columbia Investment Management raised its investment in marijuana stock Aurora Cannabis (ticker: ACB), and bought more Mastercard (MA) stock, while it cut positions in Visa (V) and Shopify (SHOP) stock in the fourth quarter. The manager of the Canadian province’s public funds disclosed the trades, among others, in a form it filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission.
BCI, as the pension is known, declined to comment on the investment changes. It manages $135 billion in assets. BCI bought 232,058 additional shares of Aurora Cannabis to end 2020 with 290,404 shares.
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Naked Short Selling: The Truth Is Much Worse Than You Have Been Told
By James Stafford – Feb 02, 2021, 3:20 PM CST, OilPrice.com
There is a massive threat to our capital markets, the free market in general, and fair dealings overall. And no, it’s not China. It’s a homegrown threat that everyone has been afraid to talk about.
Until now. That fear has now turned into rage.
The naked truth is this: Investors stand no chance in the face of naked short sellers. It’s a game rigged in the favor of a sophisticated short cartel and Wall Street giants.
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Edwin Lin is Head of Global Fixed Income at Citadel and is a member of Citadel’s Portfolio Committee. He first joined Citadel in 2011 as a Senior Portfolio Manager focused on global linear relative value strategies. Prior to joining Citadel, he was at Credit Suisse for 10 years where he most recently served as Head of USD Short-end and Basis Trading and as Head of Canadian Rates. Lin received a bachelor’s degree from Harvard College.
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