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However, the future distributions and the appropriate discount rate can only be assumptions. For the last 25 years, Warren Buffett has taken the value investing concept even further with a focus on "finding an outstanding company at a sensible price" rather than generic companies at a bargain price.
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AllAboutAlpha: Hedge Fund Trends & Alternative Investment Analysis ...
Existential, philosophical questions have long been our focus AllAboutAlpha.com, particularly when it comes to hedge funds, alpha and the debate over whether the two go hand in hand. Much to our dismay, however, has been recent discussion about whether alpha even actually exists, and if it does, whether it is “safely” attainable – i.e. in a cost-effective, transparent and liquid kind of way. A recent survey of institutional investors by Create-Research suggests they certainly think it is. The report, entitled Exploiting Uncertainty in Investment Markets (click here and proceed to the link – a brief and free registration is ... market research, surveys and trends
Confidential To All CEOs, Hedge Fund Managers, Et Al: DON'T LISTEN ...
last night was ill-advised. “We’re all for CEO’s speaking their mind but you need to do so in a well-thought out, controlled manner,” said one guest. “This was probably something you wake up and wish you’d hit ’save as draft on’,” commented Melissa Francis. “Don’t do it!” was their general thesis. DON’T LISTEN TO CNBC IS MINE. Letters like the one from Dan Gilbert are what we need more of in this business. More late-night, likely booze and emotion fueled rants. Interesting use of quotation marks (his “decision,” unlike anything ever ... market research, surveys and trends

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Intelligent Hedge Fund Investing: An Introduction
INTELLIGENT HEDGE FUND INVESTING xxii to about 5% of assets. Greenwich Associates estimated that, in US dollar terms, this represents over US$250 billion in ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
Historical Hedge Fund Returns Fairly Represent Performance
Since we round the VAN index to the nearest tenth of a percent, it would have .... $339 billion at the end of 2003. This represents over a third of HF ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
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George Soros' theory of Reflexivity
Nick Christian's passion is helping small business owners and people make smart, informed and intelligent decisions with their hard earned. Nick founded Nick Christian and Associates in Bendigo, a regional business with a global perspective and ‘grass roots' attitude, he is a Financial Adviser and planner and authorised representative of Millennium3 Financial Services.     Like Warren E Buffett at 79 years of age, George Soros is another widely followed old billionaire and investment guru. For those of you who haven't heard of him before here's a quick rundown. Soros escaped Nazi Germany and began ... market trends, news research and surveys resources
Active versus passive: the new debate
Passive investing once involved holding a broad-market index fund and comparing performance against an active manager who used the same benchmark. What essentially differentiated an actively managed fund was that it was exposed to individual stock risk, according to a leading indexer. All the other issues, such as style or strategy or stock weighting are now addressed by ETFs and index funds. As a result, by indexing, "you're likely to be close to the market performance," explained David Blitzer, managing director of index management and production at Standard and Poor's, speaking an the IMN Canada Cup of ... market trends, news research and surveys resources

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Jul 28, 2004 ... the text, Intelligent Hedge Fund Investing is also suited to those readers with only moderate technical knowledge. ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
GAO-08-200 Hedge Funds: Regulators and Market Participants Are ...
Jan 24, 2008 ... investing in the hedge fund were deemed to be a client, ... According to HedgeFund Intelligence,. $1.5 trillion in hedge fund assets were ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Hedge Funds Project
Christiansen, Claus; Christensen, Michael & Madsen, Peter. “A Quantitative Analysis of. Hedge Fund Style and Performance.” Intelligent Hedge Fund Investing . ...
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I'm saving about $2500 a month right now and am investing it. I really want to learn more about investing though, like immerse myself in it and maybe make it a profession. I want to know everything about investing so I can be a smart investor and have a lot more certainty about what I'm doing with my money. First is it possible for me to learn everything about investing with no formal schooling? Or do most investors go to school to study investing? Second I'd appreciate links, book recommendations, podcasts, etc on the best way to learn about investing and a good way to immerse myself in it. Should I pay for a ...
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im a complete novice to investing, i am currently reading investing online for dummies, is that a good place to start. i am also planning to read "the intelligent investor" benjamin graham. is that too much of a big leap. where can i get good real time simulators. and free information on businesses. because you have to pay for FT.com when you buy shares and make a profit, and then sell does the monye come directly to your account?(is it like paypal, you have to transfer money from online brokerage to bank account) sorry for all the Q's thanks I´ve been investing for more than 20 years and trading for almost 14, and I ...