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Kramerica Industries (KRMA.OTC)


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Wanted to introduce a new idea. Early-stage compounder with a great jockey story. Has had some issues with racism, but seems to have put those behind him.

 

Company working on a robust rubber bladder system to mitigate oil spills. Still in early urban testing, largely from residential rooftops.

 

Downside is lack of people resources - struggling to retain top intern talent.

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Thesis on Kramerica Industries:

 

Pros

-  Coffee table book division is gaining traction.

-  Hidden assets at cost " early 1990's NYC real estate".

 

Cons

- Assman ligation might take focus away from management

 

Disclosure : long

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Thesis on Kramerica Industries:

 

Pros

-  Coffee table book division is gaining traction.

-  Hidden assets at cost " early 1990's NYC real estate".

 

Cons

- Assman ligation might take focus away from management

 

Disclosure : long

 

Yeah, but how valuable can that real estate be if it's next to a latex factory?

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Thesis on Kramerica Industries:

 

Pros

-  Coffee table book division is gaining traction.

-  Hidden assets at cost " early 1990's NYC real estate".

 

Cons

- Assman ligation might take focus away from management

 

Disclosure : long

 

Yeah, but how valuable can that real estate be if it's next to a latex factory?

 

You guys are forgetting the hidden cash cow - bottle collection and transport to Michigan for that 10cent recycling windfall. $$$

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Thesis on Kramerica Industries:

 

Pros

-  Coffee table book division is gaining traction.

-  Hidden assets at cost " early 1990's NYC real estate".

 

Cons

- Assman ligation might take focus away from management

 

Disclosure : long

 

Yeah, but how valuable can that real estate be if it's next to a latex factory?

 

You guys are forgetting the hidden cash cow - bottle collection and transport to Michigan for that 10cent recycling windfall. $$$

 

That loop Hole has closed.

http://www.npr.org/sections/money/2013/02/20/172512177/why-people-smuggle-empty-cans-into-michigan

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