A Wall Street Whiz Kid

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Confessions of a Wall Street Whiz Kid

If you can set aside the search for religion, you can get a feel for the seamier side of Wall Street from a high school drop out who went on to make and lose several fortunes.  There are lessons here for all.

The emotional, moral, and ethical side of investing is more important than any DCF model or spreadsheet in your future success.

3 responses to “A Wall Street Whiz Kid

  1. John,

    Do you have transcripts of all the “Great Investor” lectures in the Value Vault? I see them on Scribd, but its kind of annoying to upload one doc for every one downloaded.

    Best,
    Gary

  2. I will post tomorrow

  3. Thanks John, the one on LEAPs was great.

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