This guy is fortunately back on his feet with a job now but really interesting story from 20/20 if you all had not seen it previously.
Having watched the documentary film INSIDE JOB over the weekend it was interesting to stumble upon this video from CNBC. The video below details Goldman’s history and rise in becoming the premiere investment bank on Wall Street. However, it later becomes fairly biased (and redundant in regards to the financial meltdown), but there are some […]
John Arnold was raised in Dallas, earned a degree from Vanderbilt University in 3 years, and eventually became a trader at Enron in 1995. This alone was impressive, as getting a job at Enron in 1995 was no simple task. Back then the firm only recruited about four economics majors from Vanderbilt each year. Arnold […]
Great video on entrepreneurship in the Philippines.
“Be Greedy when others are Fearful” -Warren Buffett- To anyone interested in taking advantage of the AA+ rating by purchasing undervalued stocks, which are plummeting due to the emotional sell off caused by the downgrade, I have listed a few stocks I believe are worth purchasing and why I believe so. WELLS FARGO BANK (WFC) […]
George Roberts of KKR being interviewed at Stanford Business School. George describes how to pick a good business partner, as well as the early days of KKR. George is one of the pioneers of the leveraged buyout business. If you have read the book Barbarians at The Gate you will definitely enjoy this video.
With stocks plummeting due to the AA+ rating, there are a lot of tasty cheap stocks out there. I am personally tracking WFC, BP, AFL and to a lesser extent ECA and JMBA. With many undervalued stocks, I wanted to see which investors (including Buffett) would be most likely to capitalize on this current market […]
Interesting look inside the business of celebrity tutors in Hong Kong. Tutorial skills are big business in Hong Kong and Richard Eng has managed to make a name (and substantial business for himself). CNN video below. More on Hong Kong’s unique thriving business HERE from the Wall Street Journal