Greenwald Lectures 2010 (1-5)

On a balance a balance sheet, a dollar of equity capital, leveraged by debt, is a very different proposition from the plain dollar, unleveraged. By the borrowing, a company can expand its assets and therefore its sales and earnings. A leveraged company is a company on stilts: larger and apparently more formidable than its conservatively financed rivals, but also at risk in a high wind. (James Grant Jan. 12, 1987)

Greenwald Lectures

I have not had the time to view these. Let me know if you find any particularly interesting.  ….More videos to be posted.

1-21-2010  http://www.yousendit.com/download/TEhYTmZmYWJ0QTBkVU1UQw

1-26-2010: http://www.yousendit.com/download/TEhYTmZhU1BoeWFGa2RVag

1-28-2010: http://www.yousendit.com/download/TEhYTmZWeWFFc0x2WnRVag

2-2-2010: http://www.yousendit.com/download/TEhYTmZVdVVuSlF3anNUQw

2-4-2010: http://www.yousendit.com/download/TEhYTmZVdVU3N0RSc01UQw

4 responses to “Greenwald Lectures 2010 (1-5)

  1. Hi Johnn, the access to the above videos has expired it seems, not able to view / download them

    • Yes, the links expire automatically. Are you in the Deep-Value group (Google). I sent links last week.

      If not I will email to you. Just let me know.

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