In 2010, Thornton L. O’glove, author of a renown book on accounting Quality of Earnings, was invited to give a lecture to the students and faculty at his alma mater. This two hour lecture at Haas on the three Wall Street titans of the twentieth century (Ripley, Spacek, Brilloff) includes a discussion of Enron, the Madoff Scandal, financial deviation analysis, a historic overview of the American Stock Market, and other economic topics.
The two hour lecture from Thornton L. O’glove can be found below
Last year was a banner year for hedge funds in general, as the industry attracted $31 billion worth of net inflows, according to data from HFM. That total included a challenging fourth quarter, in which investors pulled more than $23 billion from hedge funds. HFM reported $12 billion in inflows for the first quarter following Read More