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Leyland Timeless Thoughts

Timeless Thoughts

Why Smart People Do Dumb Things

Warren Buffett gave an important lecture at Florida University on 15 October, 19981. An eager MBA student asked him about his involvement in the rescue of one of the most spectacular hedge fund blow-ups in financial history. A fund by the name of Long Term Capital Management had great success making money from the arbitrage …

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