Diary of a Hedge Fund Manager: From the Top, to the Bottom, and Back Again

Descriere: "An engaging and fascinating memoir of a Wall Street insider who foresaw the crisis and lost his job for it. McCullough has written an insightful firsthand account of our modern Rome before–and after–its fall. The author stands head and shoulders above his peers with his phenomenal trading track record, personal integrity, and skill at communicating his unique experiences."

–Richard L. Peterson, MD, Managing Director, MarketPsy Capital LLC; author, Inside the Investor’s Brain "If an unholy offspring of Lester Bangs and Don Cherry traded and wrote a financial market diary, it might be something like the smart, hip, and crunching commentary hedge fund manager Keith McCullough delivers every day. Keith is on a short list of must-reads in a business filled with also-rans."
–Dr. Paul Kedrosky, Editor, Infectious Greed; Managing Director, IG Holdings; Senior Fellow, Kauffman Foundation ""Diary of a Hedge Fund Manager" should be added to the list of must-read books on Wall Street. It is very rare that readers get this kind of insight into the world of what Wall Street calls the "smart money." McCullough’s exciting and inspirational story reinforces the fact that hard work pays off. The book does a great job of pointing out that, on Wall Street, common sense and hard work trump a PhD–without actually saying it. His honesty is refreshing and reminds us all that the giants of the hedge fund world are mere mortals. This story is one that both Wall Street and Main Street can relate to and learn from."
–Douglas M. Famigletti, CFA, Managing Director, Griffin Asset Management, Inc. ""Like Liar’s Poker" and "Fiasco" before it, "Diary of a Hedge Fund Manager" offers a fascinating, funny, and frightening account of life on the Street. An indispensable account of how the financial-industrial complex destroyed so much of the ‘value’ it purported to create."
–Dan Burrows, Senior Writer, DailyFinance "The hedge fund world is notoriously secretive. But in "Diary of a Hedge Fund Manager," Keith McCullough reveals what’s behind the curtain to show an industry that frequently is little more than a lot of smoke and mirrors, much the same way that Toto revealed the Great and Mighty Wizard of Oz to be nothing more than an ordinary man."
–Michelle Leder, founder and Editor, footnoted.org; author, Financial Fine Print

  • Autori: Keith McCullough
  • Editura: John Wiley & Sons
  • Anul aparitiei: 2010
  • ISBN: 9780470529720
  • Numar de pagini: 216
  • Categorie: Business

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