HedgeWorld News is sponsored by: Sears Chairman Wants Short Sellers to Show Holdings By Reuters Thursday, February 26, 2009 Email this story | News Tracker | Reprints | Printable Version BOSTON (Reuters)âHedge fund manager Edward Lampert, who is chairman of retailer Sears Holding Corp., said investors who bet against companies should not be allowed to operate in secret while others have to reveal their holdings. In a 15-page annual letter to Sears stockholders, Mr. Lampert said investors are being held to different standards if those who buy and hold stocks must reveal positions in public filings while short-sellers are allowed to work in secret. "It is a mystery as to why those who are owners of publicly traded companies are required to disclose their holdings while those who sell short those very same securities are permitted to keep their positions private," Mr. Lampert wrote in the letter on Thursday [Feb. 26]. http://www.hedgeworld.com/news/read_newsletter_aa.cgi?section=dail&story=dail15728.html Ha, ha, ha !!! LMAO !! Eddie, you made my day !