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The Fraud At Textura

Posted in Citron Reports by Stocklemon on the September 29th, 2014

Target Price — 12 Months = $4

In December of 2013, Citron Research introduced readers to Textura Corp. (NASDAQ:TXTR), documenting the CEO’s history of fraud and failed businesses, and a shadowy weave of poorly disclosed insider relationships.  In its last three quarters, Textura has missed analyst expectations and continues as a wannabe in the SaaS space.  Ignoring scant earnings results, the analysts have stood by their unfounded optimistic forecasts.  

If you are a Textura shareholder and you are a custodian of someone else’s money, you are obligated to read this report. We have done the homework that NONE of the analysts have done, and in this report we spill the truth about this “investment”.  What you are about to read is not the opinion of Citron, it is FACT. We have hired consultants with genuine expertise and years of experience in construction management to prove that management of Textura is committing FRAUD on the investing public.  Yes, we said fraud, and we would love to prove it in a Court of Law.

Finally, we document a recent lawsuit that is the nightmare of every Textura CPM subscriber, a case of Subcontractor vs General Contractor, disputing the one thing Textura's flagship CPM product is supposed to process:  a lawsuit-free payments ecosystem.

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Zillow + Trulia and the Big Coverup

Posted in Citron Reports by Stocklemon on the July 26th, 2014

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Zuliagate –
The Big Secret

Citron Exposes
What the Press Has Ignored

 

The stock market and the real estate industry are all abuzz about the possible merger of Zillow(NASDAQ:Z) and Trulia(NASDAQ:TRLA). The media is now filled with stories proclaiming that the combined company will instantly become an internet advertising juggernaut that wields pricing power over the entire internet real estate industry.  

You cannot read a single article or analyst commentary that doesn’t invoke the magic phrase “Pricing Power”. Without the slightest thought whatsoever, the combination of Zillow and Trulia is supposed to give the combined entity the power to triple ad revenue from real estate agents. Nothing could be further from the truth – and we have the proof. 

 

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