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Money Managers

  1. MONEY managers are worried about the effects of the thinning public trust in Wall Street.
  2. Money managers are definitely taking some risk off the table. (Web site)
  3. Money managers are expected to offer up detailed, audited results. (Web site)
  4. Money managers are nervous as they fight to stay above water.
  5. Money managers were exiting stocks in droves at this time, when inflation was at its highest, precisely when they should have bought stocks. (Web site)

George Soros

  1. George Soros is a brilliant, knowledgeable and experienced human being.
  2. George Soros is a prominent personality in the financial world.
  3. George Soros is a self-made billionaire.
  4. George Soros is part of a tightly knit financial mafia---"mafia," in the sense of a closed masonic-like fraternity of families pursuing common aims. (Web site)
  5. George Soros is the son of the Esperanto writer Teodoro Schwartz.

Barton Biggs

  1. Barton Biggs is a hedge fund manager.
  2. Barton Biggs is a legendary figure in the investment management community.
  3. Barton Biggs is a pompous fool, surrounded by more pompous fools.
  4. Barton Biggs is a very gifted writer and his stories about his experiences in the hedge fund industry are very entertaining and informative.
  5. Barton Biggs is a very well traveled, informed and full of anecdotes investment professional.


  1. A trader was supposed to come in every morning and buy and sell things, and on the basis of how much money he made buying and selling he was given a bonus. (Web site)
  2. The trader was absolutely crucial.

Hedge Fund

  1. A hedge fund is a private investment fund charging a performance fee and typically open to only a limited number of investors.
  2. A hedge fund is a private investment fund charging a performance fee and typically open to only a limited range of qualified investors. (Web site)
  3. A hedge fund is a private investment fund that charges a performance fee and a management fee. (Web site)
  4. A hedge fund is a private investment partnership run by a money manager who has his own money in the fund.
  5. A hedge fund is a private investment partnership that invests with goal of more return than risk for each dollar invested.

Julian Robertson

  1. Julian Robertson is one of the greatest traders and money managers of the century, as well as one of Wall Street’s greatest teachers and inspirers. (Web site)
  2. Julian Robertson is one of the most successful and well-known hedge fund managers of our time. (Web site)

Peter Lynch

  1. Peter Lynch is a fundamental investor who advocates that earnings drive the market.
  2. Peter Lynch is a legend in the investment world. (Web site)
  3. Peter Lynch is a documentary filmmaker.
  4. Peter Lynch is a legend and rightly so.
  5. Peter Lynch is a respected industry leader with over 30 years of retailing operating experience.

Stanley Druckenmiller

  1. Mr. Meriwether met with Stanley Druckenmiller, George Soros's chief investment strategist at the rival hedge-fund firm. (Web site)
  2. Stanley Druckenmiller formerly managed money for George Soros, and now dedicates himself to work full time at Duquesne Capital which he founded in 1981. (Web site)
  3. A $3 billion dollar bet against the stock market in 1991 was par for the course for Stanley Druckenmiller, one of the most successful investors of our time. (Web site)

Gil Blake

  1. Gil Blake was a mutual fund timer who was able to achieve gains of over 20 percent per year. (Web site)
  2. Gil Blake was a mutual fund timer who was able to achieve gains of over 20% per year. (Web site)
  3. Gil Blake was one of the first money managers to exploit non- random price behavior and talk about it. (Web site)
  4. Gil Blake was one of the first money managers to exploit non-random price behaviour and talk about it. (Web site)


  1. Milken is also a major donor to the Milken Community High School, a private Jewish high school.
  2. Milken is one of those rare individuals whose accomplishments and blunders are so gargantuan that they force us to view him as larger than life.
  3. Milken was born into a Jewish family in the San Fernando Valley.
  4. Milken was convicted and sentenced in 1990. (Web site)
  5. Milken was determined to save his life by eradicating prostate cancer before it could kill him.

Michael Milken

  1. Michael Milken, inventor of the junk bond, was jailed for nothing more than making too much money too fast.
  2. The 70-year-old Mr. Madoff promises to do for hedge funds what Drexel veteran Michael Milken's prosecution did for junk bonds - tar an entire sector. (Web site)
  3. EVERYONE KNOWS about the $550 million Drexel Burnham's Michael Milken made back in 1987.

Alfred Winslow Jones

  1. Alfred Winslow Jones was more of an intellectual than an investor. (Web site)
  2. However, the first hedge fund operation is attributed to Alfred Winslow Jones in 1949. (Web site)
  3. The first known hedge fund was created by Alfred Winslow Jones in 1949. (Web site)
  4. Alfred Winslow Jones was an executive, not a stock picker. (Web site)

Benjamin Graham

  1. Benjamin Graham is a classic on investment.
  2. Benjamin Graham is a tough read.
  3. Benjamin Graham is a value investor. (Web site)
  4. Benjamin Graham is a world renowned investor and economic theorist.
  5. Benjamin Graham is known as the father of value investing and Warren Buffett is his most famous prot--g--.

Fund Managers

  1. Fund managers are also willing to take big risks since they don't lose money themselves if their investments tank. (Web site)
  2. Fund managers are paid on how much money is in the fund and not on how much they make for the investor.

Henry Kravis

  1. Henry Kravis is a billionaire, the 57th richest person in America.
  2. Henry Kravis is a billionaire, the 57th richest person in American. (Web site)
  3. Henry Kravis was the subject of a '' video which detailed his life and earnings in comparison to various citizens.

Hedge Funds

  1. Hedge Funds are not currently subject to any direct regulation, unlike mutual funds, pension funds, and insurance companies. (Web site)
  2. Hedge Funds are not required to provide periodic pricing or valuation information to investors. (Web site)
  3. Hedge funds are about making money and running a hedge fund is a great way to do so.
  4. Hedge funds are completely opposite.
  5. Hedge funds are depending less on investment banks and independent researchers and relying more on their in-house version.

Warren Buffett

  1. WARREN BUFFETT: The proper job of an investment banker should probably be to shield the investing public from the excesses of promoters.
  2. Warren Buffett is an admired man. (Web site)
  3. Warren Buffett is one of the most celebrated investors of all time.
  4. Warren Buffett is probably the world’s best known value investor. (Web site)
  5. Warren Buffett was at Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign fund raising on June 26. (Web site)

Michael Steinhardt

  1. MICHAEL STEINHARDT is one of the most successful money managers in the history of Wall Street. (Web site)
  2. Michael Steinhardt is a legendary investor.

Jim Rogers

  1. Jim Rogers is a compact man with a round face and pale blue eyes. (Web site)
  2. Jim Rogers is a former hedge-fund manager and private investor.
  3. Jim Rogers is a legend. (Web site)
  4. Jim Rogers is a legendary investor and probably the best investor of our time. (Web site)
  5. Jim Rogers is a legendary top-down global investor; he takes bets on countries.

Value Investing

  1. In addition, we think the very term "value investing" is redundant. (Web site)
  2. Value Investing is a must for any serious investor wishing to gain a better understanding of the principles and practices behind this time-tested approach. (Web site)
  3. Value investing is a commonly used approach to investing and my attempt has been to learn and share my learnings with everyone. (Web site)
  4. Value investing is a style of investment strategy from the so-called "Graham & Dodd" School. (Web site)
  5. Value investing is an unsuitable approach in several contexts. (Web site)

Bill Miller

  1. Bill Miller is a brave, brave man.
  2. Bill Miller is a former philosophy student and longtime market observer.
  3. Bill Miller is a mutual fund manager who had an incredible streak of 15 years in a row of beating the S&P 500 (this ended in 2006).
  4. Bill Miller is one of today's most renowned professional money managers.
  5. Bill Miller was named to Barron's Mutual Funds "All-Century Team" for his stock-picking skills. (Web site)

Louis Bacon

  1. Louis Bacon is a famed trader and risk manager.

Mohnish Pabrai

  1. Mohnish Pabrai : The similarity between Pabrai Funds and the Buffett Partnerships that I refer to is related to the structure of the partnerships.
  2. Mohnish Pabrai is a hedge fund manager currently managing over 100 million for he and his partners.
  3. Mohnish Pabrai is a relentlessly insightful thinker who delights in decoding the esoteric world of finance and also knows how to tell a good yarn.
  4. Mohnish Pabrai is an Indian-American businessman, investor and philanthropist. (Web site)
  5. Mohnish Pabrai: The best investments are total no-brainers that can be explained in a short paragraph or two.

Bruce Kovner

  1. Bruce Kovner is a person of interest .
  2. Bruce Kovner is one of the most successful commodity traders of all time and is featured on StreetStories.

Money Management

  1. Money management is a very confusing term.
  2. Money management was skimpy - again go to the Net. (Web site)

Mason Hawkins

  1. Mason Hawkins of Longleaf Partners is the best mutual fund manager in the United States. (Web site)
  2. For example, Mason Hawkins is a classic value investor.
  3. Three of its Four money managers Bill Miller, Bill Nygren and Mason Hawkins are in my favourites list. (Web site)

Michael Price

  1. Michael Price is a freelance writer living in Brooklyn, New York.
  2. Michael Price was fabulous at pulling threads.


  1. THE TRADERS ARE ON THE FRONT LINES moment by moment, pulling the trigger with only seconds to think about it. (Web site)
  2. The traders were often well educated, and wore Savile Row suits and Ferragamo ties. (Web site)
  3. The traders were to blame for the awful thing about to happen to Matty Oliva.
  4. Traders are betting the Fed will lower the 5.25 percent target rate for overnight loans between banks at its next meeting on Sept.
  5. Traders are certain of a cut of at least a quarter point. (Web site)

Victor Niederhoffer

  1. Victor Niederhoffer is one of the best-known and most successful money managers in the world, with over $75 million under management. (Web site)
  2. Victor Niederhoffer was one of the most successful money managers in the country. (Web site)
  3. Victor Niederhoffer was one ofthe most successful money managers in the country.

Charles Brandes

  1. Charles Brandes is a disciple of economist and investment analyst Benjamin Graham, he founded Brandes Investment Partners in 1974.
  2. Charles Brandes is one of the more closely followed value investors working today, as well being a disciple of the Benjamin Graham school of value investing. (Web site)
  3. Charles Brandes is the chairman of Brandes Investment Partners, a firm he started in 1974. (Web site)

Whitney Tilson

  1. Whitney Tilson is a frequent and very.
  2. Whitney Tilson is a nice guy, and an Amigo through and through. (Web site)

Richard Dennis

  1. Richard Dennis is a Cambridge, Massachusetts, native who grew up in Glen Ellyn.
  2. Richard Dennis is a profiled as a trader in Financial Trader: Back from the Bottom of the Pit.
  3. Richard Dennis is a retired commodities broker.

Peter Thiel

  1. Peter Thiel is the co-founder and former CEO of PayPal. (Web site)

Ed Seykota

  1. Ed Seykota is a phenomenal genius stock and derivatives trader. (Web site)
  2. Ed Seykota was originally profiled in the Market Wizards. (Web site)

Jim Cramer

  1. Jim Cramer is a director and co-founder of (Web site)
  2. Jim Cramer is a vivid example of investing by a hunch, a gut feeling and hearsay.
  3. Jim Cramer is the champion of the middle-class investor. (Web site)
  4. Jim Cramer is the least of our problems. (Web site)


  1. Drexel was creating the best-quality merchandise for that marketplace. (Web site)
  2. Drexel was entitle to zero of the warrants. (Web site)
  3. Drexel was forced to buy the bonds of insolvent and failing companies, which depleted their capital and would eventually bankrupt the company.

Security Analysis

  1. Security Analysis is a must-read for anyone interested in the fundamental analysis related to investing. (Web site)
  2. Security Analysis is the bible of fundamental analysis.
  3. Security Analysis: The Classic 1951 Edition marks the return of this long-out-of-print work to the investment canon. (Web site)

Charlie Munger

  1. Charlie Munger helped me to understand this pattern of thinking by using the very powerful metaphor of a latticework of models.
  2. Pabrai: As I mentioned earlier, Charlie Munger says all intelligent investing is value investing. (Web site)
  3. The Dhandho method expands on the groundbreaking principles of value investing expounded by Benjamin Graham, Warren Buffett, and Charlie Munger. (Web site)

Bruce Mcmahan

  1. Bruce McMahan is a private citizen.
  2. Bruce McMahan is one of America's leaders in philanthropy towards Cambodia.

Manu Daftary

  1. ANOTHER FUND MANAGER whose name should be familiar from years past is Manu Daftary, ranked first in the Aggressive Growth objective.
  2. He has been listed as one of the top 20 money managers by Barron's Magazine for five yea The Quaker Strategic Growth Fund is managed by Manu Daftary. (Web site)
  3. Manu Daftary of the Quaker Strategic Growth Fund kept his eight-year streak alive.

David Dodd

  1. David Dodd was arrested for actions of espionage and taken to Union headquarters at the arsenal in Little Rock, across from St. John's Masonic College. (Web site)
  2. David Dodd was convicted of spying for the Confederacy and was sentenced to be hanged at the discretion of General Steele.


  1. Commodities are heading for their best first half in 35 years.
  2. Commodities are much simpler than stocks. (Web site)
  3. Commodities are the only thing I know with unimpaired fundamentals,” he said.
  4. Commodities were an absolute no - no. (Web site)

Morgan Stanley

  1. Morgan Stanley was going bankrupt, his client responded. (Web site)
  2. Morgan Stanley was in a precarious position. (Web site)

Emerging Markets

  1. Emerging Markets was again the top performer, up 8.85 per cent for the period and 14.75 per cent year-to-date.
  2. Emerging markets are becoming unstoppable with up-and comers challenging their Western partners.
  3. Emerging markets are falling into a ditch.
  4. Emerging markets were mostly lower.

William Eckhardt

  1. William Eckhardt is a commodities and futures trader and fund manager.

Fayez Sarofim

  1. Fayez Sarofim is a 'huge' pension manager, not a 'hugh' pension manager.
  2. Fayez Sarofim is a Coptic Christian Egyptian-born naturalized US citizen and fund manager for a number of Janus stock funds. (Web site)


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