Tilson: These Auto Rental Companies Are Still Undervalued
Jun 17th 2013 1:11PM
Updated Jun 17th 2013 1:55PM
Join The Motley Fool for a conversation with author, investor and philanthropist, Whitney Tilson. In addition to managing Kase Capital, Whitney has coauthored More Mortgage Meltdown: 6 Ways to Profit in These Bad Times, Poor Charlie's Almanack, and most recently The Art of Value Investing, a collection of interviews with over 200 successful value investors.
In this video segment, Whitney draws a parallel between auto rentals today and the railroad industry a decade ago. Can consolidation and more rational competition spell good news for investors? Find out what's been going on at Hertz and Avis and what it means to you. The full version of the interview can be found here.
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