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Jun 12, 1988
The stock busters — St. Petersburg Times (Florida)
Type: Press
Author(s): James Greiff
Source: St. Petersburg Times (Florida)
In the lingo of Wall Street, the Feshbachs are "short sellers," stock traders who make money betting that inflated share prices will drop. "Shorts" borrow stock and sell it on the open market. They make money by repaying their borrowings with stock that has cost them less to buy. A visit to Matt's office makes the Feshbachs' involvement in Scientology pretty clear. Along with statuary of triumphant bears - symbols of a declining stock market - his office is decorated with ...
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