Bill Sharpe: Past, Present, and Future Financial Thinking

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Bill Sharpe: Past, Present, and Future Financial Thinking

A Conversation with Bill Sharpe: Past, Present, and Future Financial Thinking

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Bill Sharpe: Past, Present, and Future Financial Thinking

Bill Sharpe

How Warren Buffett Went From Hating To Loving Banks

Berkshire Hathaway Warren BuffettSince the financial crisis, Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway has had significant exposure to financial stocks in its portfolio. Q1 2021 hedge fund letters, conferences and more At the end of March this year, Bank of America accounted for nearly 15% of the conglomerate's vast equity portfolio. Until very recently, Wells Fargo was also a prominent Read More


1990 Nobel Laureate in Economic Sciences

STANCO 25 Professor of Finance, Emeritus

Graduate School of Business, Stanford University

  • Understanding theory and practice in investment management
  • Improving retirement security: State pension funds, government-sponsored social security programs, defined contribution plans, and retirement income strategies

Moderated by Robert Litterman, Kepos Capital LP

 

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