You've done your due diligence. Your short position research is sound and you've already executed your short thesis. Perhaps you found an accounting "stretch" in their books. Perhaps you've seen their customer base is eroding, or you see their competitors beating them and their model is unsustainable. Convince us of your short thesis; we will put skin in the game, go short as well, and shine a light on our target to the investment community. We will get the truth out!
The trend line is up, and certain unscrupulous execs feel like this would be a good time to embellish facts, make lofty assumptions, and trick investors into investing in their company. You saw the lie, you shorted it, good for you, but the market has gone against you. Let us level the playing field, and flip longs into shorts.
If we buy into your short thesis, first thing we do is go short too. We then get to work! Our mission is to ensure as many investors of that company are well aware of what we now know. If they've cooked the books, or their insiders are dumping, or their client base is eroding, then their investors would (or at least should) owe you a debt of gratitude for exposing the crossing of the "fib" line by that company!
Fib Line is run by a law school drop out (with a MBA) that started one of the pioneering firms in the field of search engine optimization in November of 1994. He started trading stocks in 1997, but it wasn't until 2007 that he completed his nearly 65,000 lines of code and began trading the spoo (S&P 500 futures) automatically. This former comp sci major loves the markets, loves the online world, and hates liars. After being burned by a Chinese company ($NQ), he decided to go after companies that essentially lie to investors and expose them. He is a contributor on Seeking Alpha and has a variety of ways to lawfully and ethically influence investors.
If you have a small short position, anything under $500K, it would probably not behoove you to contact us. Our services start at $50K/Q, so hiring us may take away a large chunk of your net profit.
There's a lot of misconception about short sellers. Plenty of negative sentiment. However, the truth is, if it weren't for short sellers, certain unscrupulous companies would take everyone they can to the cleaners. Short sellers are a beneficial asset to the market.
The principal of Fib Line takes all calls. However, to save everyone time, if your whole short thesis is based solely on the "fundamentals" argument, unfortunately there's not much to go on (in this market)...If you can't convince us to go short too, we can't work together. Sorry.