One of the best things about being a journalist for a national media outlet like Forbes is access. Put simply you get to meet and interview amazing people who might not ordinarily care to talk to you if you just met them in the street.
For the our special Summer Investment Guide we decided to interview 20 of the most successful, accomplished people in the world of money and investing. I’m talking about thought leaders like the Warren Buffett, perhaps the greatest investor ever, brilliant Yale economist Robert Shiller, hedge fund titan Julian Robertson, Vanguard’s Jack Bogle, private equity king Leon Black and financial pundit, actor and author Ben Stein.
Jim Chanos has a new short target in his sights. Earlier this week, the hedge fund manager disclosed that he is betting against "legacy" data centers that face growing competition from the trio of technology giants, which have previously been their biggest customers. The fund manager, who is best known for his winning bet against Read More
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- Leon Cooperman: There Are Lots Of Horses’ Asses To Bet Against
- Robert Shiller: The American Dream Is A Fallacy
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- Julian Robertson: Hedge Funds Are The Antithesis Of Baseball
- Stock Picks And Investing Wisdom From Value Guru Marty Whitman
- Gary Shilling: Get The Stars Out Of Your Eyes
- Ron Baron: Short-Seller’s Yacht, No, East Hampton Mansion, Yes
- Dan Ariely: Why Money Is The Oxygen For Life