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A possible business combination between the two entities doesn't appear to be exciting other investors, either.
I closed positions in Mudrick and RedBall Acquisition.
I was singing the praises of The Topps Company, the acquisition candidate for MUDS, but then Major League Baseball dropped the bomb.
While I was looking forward to owning Topps again, not under those circumstances.
Cato looks cheap, and Mudrick looks to merge with Topps.
I loved The Topps Company's earnings report, but not Mudrick Capital's chart. Let's wipe it down for a clearer look.
Three baseball-related SPACs have attractive potential, but when will they reward investors?
Buying Topps has been nothing short of a home run.
JAB Holding, which took the doughnut purveyor private five years ago, plans to list the shares under the symbol DNUT.
Short MUDS over its AMC sale? You can't make this stuff up.
This is a major shift in character than what we saw just a couple of weeks ago.
While Mudrick Capital Acquisitions Corp. has been stuck, it's now getting into action -- and here's how to play it.
Among the names that felt pain were NL Industries, Fossil Group and Manchester United.
Once folks realize how quickly and easily the first drop sold out, they'll begin realize the MUDS upside potential.
The market for sports cards is going crazy, which adds to the anticipation of the sports cards maker going public once again.
I'd rather be late jumping in on a bottom fish than jump in too early.
Mudrick Capital and Ginkgo Bioworks are long-term buying opportunities.
Two new IPOs are on my radar.
Mudrick Capital Acquisition Corp II is bringing the iconic baseball card name public.