Michael Steinhardt Resource Page Added to ValueWalk

Michael Steinhardt resource page has been added to ValueWalk.

1. I am not going to post everything on TwitterFacebook etc. The best way to follow me without missing any posts, is through Feedburner/email.

2. I will be adding some new calculators to the site this week or the next one. I just added a mobile site. More announcements to follow.

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3. I will be adding 1-2 investor resource pages a week.

Below is a partial excerpt followed by link to full page, which can also be found under Value investors-> https://www.valuewalk.com/resource-page-2/legendary-value-investors/ ->michael-h-steinhardt). I am going to restructure the whole investor resource page menu as I add more investors.

Below is a brief excerpt:

Michael Steinhardt Resource Page Added to ValueWalk


Michael H. Steinhardt a graduate of the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania is a pioneer of hedge fund management in America.

A dollar invested with Steinhardt Partners LP in 1967 was worth $481 when Steinhardt retired in 1995.

Early in his career Steinhardt was to create a long standing record, to date in Wall Street, benefitting his clients over a 28 year period; which constituted the unsurpassed feat of 24.5% returns. This sum when compared to the S&P 500 index over the same period, is almost triple the sum of returns.  A veritable investment wizard, he employed several investment instruments like stocks, bonds, long and short options, currencies and time horizons ranging from 30 minutes to 30 days.


Born December 7, 1940, Steinhardt may have inherited his father’s betting capabilities, but he chose a different path. While his father Sol “Red” Steinhardt was a gambler who kept company with mobsters; and even as other American teenagers were rocking and rolling to Elvis Presley hits, Michael Steinhardt was reading stock charts and hanging around brokerage offices. No wonder he finished high school at age 16 and floated through the Wharton School of Finance in three years, graduating in 1960, still a teen!

Full page here-michael-h-steinhardt