The Negative Public Relations of Stroeer SE & Co KGaA (SAX:GR)
Ströer went public in 2010 as a Germany-based operator of billboards, with the founders Dirk Ströer and Udo Müller floating 47.8% of the company’s shares – they still hold about 42% of the shares today.
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They are shorting now Stroeer SE & Co KGaA (SAX:GR) . And their online negative campaigning is extremely efficient .
This is what they say about them : When we scratch the surface at Ströer, we see a company that to us appears far less successful in online than the market seems to think. Moreover, we see a company whose insiders have spun a great story, but with seemingly little substance; and, while telling the story, have engaged in more highly questionable self-dealing than we’ve ever seen outside of a Chinese company. That’s why we’re short Ströer.
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