Will RadioShack Restructure?


Sham Gad

 | Aug 27, 2014 | 4:00 PM EDT
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As a value investor, I am predisposed to have an interest in turmoil and distress. Optimism is expensive in the stock market. Pessimism can be a great opportunity but it can also be a painful investing experience. The market hates uncertainty and can often over discount uncertain outcomes. Yet uncertain outcomes can also lead to complete losses.

RadioShack (RSH), a once iconic retailer, has seen it shares rise almost 100% in the past several weeks on news that a large shareholder is attempting to restructure a deal for the company. RadioShack's second largest shareholder is currently working with other investors to avoid a bankruptcy filing for RadioShack. Not surprisingly, the shares reacted swiftly to news. I have had direct experience working with underperforming businesses and here's the fundamental takeaway as it relates to RadioShack:...217 more words left in this article. To read them, just click below and try Real Money FREE for 14 days.

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