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Jim Osman

Founder and Portfolio Lead,

The Edge Consulting Group

  • Founded The Edge in 2005
  • 3 Decades of Industry Expertise
  • Educated at The London Business School

About Jim

Jim Osman and his company, The Edge, analyze strategic company change events that cause stock prices to move higher and create hidden value for the investor. These can be spinoffs, turnarounds, restructurings, management change, and a whole host of similar events not normally seen by mainstream Wall Street analysts that have proven to make substantial returns. He founded the firm in 2005 and has over 25 years of analyzing companies as well as managing money. He has appeared in Barron's, WSJ, and Bloomberg, and is a passionate fund raiser for The Alzheimer's Association.

Jim's Articles

Merck (MRK) will join Pfizer (PFE) and GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) to spinoff its off patent drugs portfolio (FY20 revenues of $6.5 billion) into a separate company by 2Q FY21, explains Jim Osman, founder of The Edge Consulting Group and editor of Spin-Off Report Lite.
Last October, the new CEO at Harley Davidson (HOG) — Mr. Jochem Zeitz (who took office last February, 2020) — disclosed the firm's strategic plan to exit from unprofitable markets between 2021 and 2025; the stock rallied 22% that day, notes Jim Osman, founder of The Edge Consulting Group and editor of Special Situations Lite.
Madison Square Garden Entertainment Corp. (MSGE) — recently around $102 — is trading at a considerable 35% discount to its net asset based valuation of $3.9 billion, explains Jim Osman, founder of The Edge Consulting Group and editor of Special Situations Lite.
Leveraging again on in its legacy of producing successful spinoffs from its coterie, IAC/InterActiveCorp (IAC) announced yet another spinoff of its full stake Youtube rival — video software company, Vimeo, explains Jim Osman, founder of The Edge Consulting Group and editor of Spin-Off Report Lite.

Jim's Videos

When companies go through corporate change, there can be anomalies in the stock price for the investor to exploit. These "Special Situations" are under-covered, are a great source of returns, and often unpublicized. Jim Osman, founder of The Edge Consulting Group and a regular contributor to Barron's, WSJ, and Bloomberg, will give his insights on what to look for in order to profit from them.
When companies go through corporate change, there can be anomalies in the stock price for the investor to exploit. These "Special Situations" are under-covered, are a great source of returns, and often unpublicized. Jim Osman, founder of The Edge Consulting Group and a regular contributor to Barron's, WSJ, and Bloomberg, will give his insights on what to look for in order to profit from them.