Several of you got a kick from my recent post on Solitron (SODI), which apparently was the high flyer of the late 60s / early 70s. With that in mind, I thought some of you would enjoy reading about a famous value investor who was once in one of my current net-nets, GTSI (here’s my most recent post on GTSI). So who was the value investor??? Turns out, Michael Burry did a decent sized write up on the company way back in 2001. The share price then?? $5.00. Today’s share price??? $5.20-ish.
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