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- 1:06 - What is Westell (WSTL)?
- 2:24 - Estimating liquidation value
- 3:07 - A simplified approach to finding high quality net-net stocks
- 3:55 - The 5G rollout
- 5:10 - Potential catalyst
- 5:26 - Dark Companies; The new SEC rule
- 8:57 - Westell quarterly update
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Disclosure: Eric Schleien and some SMA clients of Eric Schleien through GSCM own shares of WSTL. Nothing here is investment advice. Do your own due diligence.