On Friday afternoon Zero Hedge brought the world's attention to a press release from a little-known company, that virtually nobody caught, one issued by Canadian company called Fortress Paper, which announced that "its wholly-owned subsidiary, Landqart AG, a leading manufacturer of banknote and security papers, has had a material banknote order reinstated. This order was unexpectedly suspended in the fourth quarter of 2011 which negatively impacted the financial results of Landqart's operations in the first half of 2012." Our simple conclusion was that "if the chart of De La Rue is any indication of how banknote printers respond to potential European disintegration, it just may be that the best hedge to a VIX soaring to 80, aka "disorderly Grexit" as explained earlier by Citi, just may be TSX:FTP." Below is the chart of TSX:FTP since our 1pm on Friday. The stock is up 25% since our post, and roughly 48,586,180,011% annualized based on today's action alone. Not a bad hedge to a "disorderly Grexit."
And yes, even based on simple chart mumbo jumbo, this stock has may have a long, long way to go.