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We focus on special situation investment and risk arbitrage ideas with short term catalysts. We cover merger arbitrage, tender offer, spin-offs, split-offs, liquidations, bankruptcies, going private transactions, rights offerings and many other types of situations. High quality research is shared for each case with valuable insights from member investors.

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Updates (Nov 2017)

Before digging into updates I would like to thank members who are actively contributing with their investment ideas and valuable commentaries. I am very happy with the investor community we have on the site and I am looking forward to further cooperation and dialog.

If you have any interesting special situation ideas or any other suggestions for the site, feel free to reach out at info@specialsituationinvestments.com.



NEW FEATURE – MEMBER IDEAS

First a short foreword. Quite a few of you have shared investment ideas with me, but only a part of them ended up on the site. This was either do to lack of time to investigate them thoroughly or due to my belief that upside was not worth the risk. So usually if I did not take the position, I did not share that idea with the rest of community. Which is a pity, because some of these ideas actually

 

2017 Year in Review – Quick STATS

It was a very interesting year for Special Situation Investments. In total there have been 38 investment ideas posted during the year and members added a further 12 in the new ‘Member Idea’ section. By luck or skill the performance has been great – only two trades ended in losses and the rest averaged 15% returns. Scope continued to widen and only 10 out of 38 investment opportunities were odd-lots.