Investing skill, strategy, and temperament. Lecture 1 of 24 / John M. Longo.
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- Publisher: [United States]: The Great Courses, 2016.
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Read by John M. Longo.
This Lecture: Welcome to a boot camp on investing! Discover the influences that led Professor Longo to a career in finance. Then meet some of the major figures you will study in the course. Survey the key principles and strategies that built their fortunes. The Course: Business school professor and portfolio manager John Longo conducts you through the life stories of over 30 men and women who have built spectacular fortunes through investing. Each lecture focuses on a single approach, such as value stocks, growth stocks, mutual funds, and hedge funds. You cover the careers of some of the world's most successful traders. All Lectures: 1. Investing Skill, Strategy, and Temperament 2. Benjamin Graham and Value Investing 3. Warren Buffett: Investing Forever 4. Fisher and Price: The Growth-Stock Investors 5. Harry Markowitz's Modern Portfolio Theory 6. John Bogle, Index Mutual Fund Pioneer 7. Small-Cap Stocks: More Risk, More Reward 8. John Templeton, Global Treasure Hunter 9. David Dreman, Contrarian Money Manager 10. Peter Lynch: Invest in What You Know 11. The Bond Kings: Bill Gross, Jeffrey Gundlach 12. Sovereign Wealth Funds: Singapore 13. The First Hedge Fund: A. W. Jones 14. Activist Investors: Icahn, Loeb, Ackman 15. The Big Shorts: Livermore, Chanos 16. George Soros's $10 Billion Currency Play 17. Bridgewater's Multi-Strategy Investing 18. Paul Tudor Jones, Futures Market Seer 19. James Simons: Money, Math, and Computers 20. Distressed-Asset Investors: Tepper, Klarman 21. Motorcycles, Gold, and Global Commodities 22. Private Equity Innovators: KKR, Blackstone 23. Four Women Who Moved Financial Markets 24. Becoming a Great Investor
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