Whitney Tilson’s Seminar – Video Clips

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Whitney Tilson’s Seminar – Video Clips
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Excerpted from Whitney Tilson’s latest email to investors

Glenn and I are really looking forward to our next webinar, which starts two weeks from Tuesday (Sept. 4). Over 15 live 2½-hour sessions (7:00-9:30am NY time), we’ll be teaching all three of our programs: our Lessons from the Trenches bootcamp (9 sessions, Sept. 4-8, 10-13), seminar on How to Launch and Build an Investment Fund (3 sessions, Sept. 14, 17, 18), and our Advanced Seminar on Short Selling (Sept. 19-21). Then, the following week, for folks who want the in-person learning experience, we’ll teach all three programs in NYC over five 12-hour days from Sept. 24-28. (See attached for further information.)

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To give you an idea of what we’re teaching and show what the webinar experience is like, we’ve posted video clips from the opening modules of each program from our first webinar last month, which you can watch here:

  1. Lessons from the Trenches bootcamp: The Rise and Fall of Kase Capital (41 minutes)
  2. Seminar on How to Launch and Build an Investment Fund: The Decision Whether to Start Your Own Fund (17 minutes)
  3. Advanced Seminar on Short Selling: Lessons from 15 Years of Short Selling (4 minutes)

I think there’s some great stuff in these videos so even if you’re not interested in our webinars, I encourage you to watch them.

(Note that to protect our students’ privacy, these clips don’t include the robust Q&A/discussion that follows each module.)

Further information and registration is here:

  1. Lessons from the Trenches bootcamp
  2. How to Launch and Build an Investment Fund
  3. Advanced Seminar on Short Selling

Get The Full Series in PDF

Get the entire 10-part series on Charlie Munger in PDF. Save it to your desktop, read it on your tablet, or email to your colleagues.

The super early bird pricing expires on Thursday, so don’t delay! Here’s the tuition schedule:

We are excited about teaching this new way, as it offers big advantages for participants:

  • No need to take time off of work: The webinar is only 2½ hours/day and takes place before work hours for those in the U.S., Canada & Latin America, in the middle of the day in Europe, the Middle East and Africa, and after work hours in Asia (India, China, Singapore, Australia).
  • No need to travel: Anyone, anywhere in the world, can take the webinar using a smartphone, tablet or computer.
  • More affordable: Participants won’t incur any travel or hotels costs and, because we don’t have to pay for renting a room, providing meals, etc., we’re pricing the webinar at less than half of our normal tuition, with an especially big discount for early registrants.

 

  • It’s recorded: Anyone who misses a session or wants to go back and review something can simply watch the video for up to a year afterward.

Please let me know if you have any questions – you can reply to this email or let me know when is a good time to call you.

I hope to see you soon!

Pease use “VW10” for a discount!

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