Jailhouse Stocks

Clash, James M.
September 2007
Forbes Asia;9/3/2007, Vol. 3 Issue 14, p80
The article focuses on fund manager James Cuellar's choice to invest in the U.S. prison industry. He has spotted an opportunity in the nation's private prison industry and put 11 percent of Brazos Small Cap Fund's capital into the jailers' stocks. Owned by American International Group, Brazos Small Cap had been a laggard in its category until Cuellar managed it.


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