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VSLR: Fiddler on the Roof


Vivint appears to have largely concealed a growing pattern of undisclosed lawsuits alleging the company has engaged in a nationwide fraud involving forged customer contracts.  The lawsuits specifically allege that Vivint has forged the signatures of homeowners, complete strangers, relatives, neighbors, and even a dead person onto sham solar contracts.  Court documents suggest Vivint’s corporate office even has spreadsheets keeping track of the fraud allegations via an internal system. Read More

INS: A Wolf in Pete’s Clothing


Relentless hype on social media has propelled shares to all-time highs and a monster valuation of roughly 15x trailing sales and 40x trailing EBITDA. While INS is touted as a fintech set to disrupt the payments space with breakthrough technology, we believe the company is merely a glorified Indian outsourcing business that, like so many other stock promotions, will leave investors chasing the prospect of quick riches disappointed by the underlying economics and growth prospects. Read More

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