Many investors believe that short sellers are responsible for market down turns, but academic theory does not suggest this. Instead, short sellers create liquidity in markets and are the best at spotting overpriced stocks as
well as making markets more efficient through the aid of price discovery.
This short selling handbook comes at a time when financial markets worldwide are recuperating from the credit crisis and the global carnage of 2008.
It can assist investors, hedge fund managers, investment analysts, research analysts, lawyers, accountants, endowments, foundations, and high net worth individuals to better understand short selling during and after the
crisis of 2008.