If you could explain to me how I can make this business case to short-sighted idiots, I could probably get promoted to upper management. Sadly I haven't been able to (yet.)
It seems you could short equities in for-profit colleges, but they don't represent the bulk of the debt (at least I don't think so.) As far as student loans themselves are concerned, aren't most of them backed directly by the gov't? In other words there's no Fannie/Freddie that I could short sell.
I'm sure some savvy investors have also thought of this - does anyone have any sage insight for me?
Guns are arbitrarily cheap and getting cheaper. The action of pointing them at a person is arbitrarily easy. The action is motivated by basic human curiosity.
How is any sort of enforcement ever going to stop this behavior?
Shouldn't they be looking at a different solution here?
Please mod down in advance, thanks.