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David Einhorn | Full Q&A | Oxford Union

77 241 views | 15 Dec. 2017

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David Einhorn is an American investor, hedge fund manager, and philanthropist. He is the founder and president of Greenlight Capital, a "long-short value-oriented hedge fund."

Born in New Jersey, Einhorn graduated from Cornell University in 1991 and moved to Westchester, New York to start his fund. He started his fund in 1996 with $900,000 and has generated 16.5% annualized return for investors from 1996 to 2016.

As of 2017, Greenlight Capital has US$9.27 billion in assets under management. He has received extensive coverage in the financial press for his fund's performance, his investing strategy and his positions.

Einhorn was ranked 44th in the Time 100 most influential list of people in the world in 2013. According to Forbes Magazine, Einhorn has a net worth of US$1.54 billion (as of February 2017), making him the 44th youngest billionaire on the Forbes 400 and the 18th highest-earning hedge fund manager in the world.

ABOUT THE OXFORD UNION SOCIETY: The Oxford Union is the world's most prestigious debating society, with an unparalleled reputation for bringing international guests and speakers to Oxford. Since 1823, the Union has been promoting debate and discussion not just in Oxford University, but across the globe.

DontTestTheX

If he fails at investing I'm sure he could make it as a voice over on The Muppets.

Marcy

I have a sense that there is direct bodily intervention ongoing causing
among other things, illnesses, and an increase in spending/consumption.
These actions need to be investigated. Merely those with capital can
guarantee the culprit(s) be brought to justice.

Jose Hawking

Shorting Tesla is stupid. He just got lucky along with his privilege in making his little fortune. Won't last with this nucklehead.

John John

The last question was such a wasted opportunity to ask something relevant.

rurban

You sit with a billionaire investor and waste even 2 seconds talking about foundations and charity rather than investing. Just dumb and annoying!

Albert E.

David Einhorn was talking about reassessing here .... he had a -34% performance in 2018 with his fund, clients running away, fund shrinking dramatically ... yet he refuses reassessing his short position on Tesla. Talking is easier than living it.

Diggnuts

What an A-hole

Max Cantor

He's onto something: advice for new people in the industry

Sacha Cohen-Chowdhury

Smart person

funaicha1

genius

filippo pasini

great speech by a great value investor

Sventasis

He's an idiot and the results are in.

Ross Moore

this is a brilliant man. It is unfortunate that traditional methods of value investing do not work well in this current age of tech companies and economics.

A JS

Rubbish interviewer

Elijah B

Einhorn is Finkle. FINKLE IS EINHORN.

Skeptoptimist

Einhorn lost over 33% last year. Not worth listening to. What are all these people doing there, what a waste.

Mark Cohen

bad hairpiece?

Patrick Esch

Laces out

f2cp

13:00- next few minutes. If you're wrong, you're wrong. But the inability to change with changing circumstances doesn't suggest humility as painted in the earlier part of the talk. So, your fund may actually have to shut because "in the long run, we're all dead" and smart money is not going to wait for you to be eventually right, if that's going to happen at all. I'll be very hesitate to invest in a fund that bets on yesterday's companies.


15:00- On next big technology, Zero. Suggest that other looking back at balance sheets, David is not very well read.


Lost interest after 16 mins.

smegma

high stakes poker

j'

How to SHORT weak hand on poker ?

Feza

Nice guy but uninteresting. Sorry.

Marcy

I have a sense that there is direct bodily intervention ongoing causing
among other things, illnesses, and an increase in spending/consumption.
These actions need to be investigated. Merely those with capital can
guarantee the culprit(s) be brought to justice.

Value Math Wealth

Dumb student's

Dorough Ryan

Great interview. Thoughtful, humble Dude. One of the best explanations of VAR ever!

Eric Schoeman

no cure for him

j'

fire fighting business - Karl Ichan

Like fire(Bubbles) - Soros(buy when see fire(bubble) make $$ & pump fire)

fire prevention business - David Einhorn

Disaster prediction business - Jim Chanos/Andrew Left/Carson Block

Buy fire & many wood - Buffett

webbess1

That is one pointy nose.

Repeal 16

A well formed argument can break an investor. Time does as it pleases.Investors are unpredictable. Counter parties can surprise you.

r64g

Good defense on distressed investing. Critics of the distressed investing strategy never truly think through the full implications if distressed investing is outlawed.

Jeremy Cooke

32”05’ in ........So you ignore the market place because you cannot imagine the future or any change from your personal experience of the past? Translates to no applied intelligence, and no open mind. All of that, as you are being barraged by exponential revolutions. Multiple Paradigm shifts, the singularity and the new world order of AI, Neural Net and “vision” I suggest you avoid a public debate with any Hi-Tech disruptive leaders.

08Pixel

5:26 - critical thinking skills defined.

Lucy Wong

David lacks good communication skills

System Bounces

00:21 Introduction
02:47 If he ever considered another career path.
03:40 How he got started in the business.
05:16 Reason for success
08:00 Is the culture of the industry changing?
09:40 About the 10 years of the global financial crisis, have we learned our lessons?
12:32 New perspectives
15:06 About disruption and new firms coming along - new technologies
15:45 Approach to risks
18:15 Charity
20:41 Empathy
22:45 What next in the philanthropic area
24:04 Future of the fund
24:47 Start of QA.
25:00 Market entry environment
32:25 Contrarian investments
33:44 Vulture funds and social issues
36:53 About future investments and evaluations
38:55 Risk and intuition
40:19 Financial Crisis
42:03 Risk and intuition
42:49 Analysis and machine learning
45:05 Investment view
45:27 Analysis and machine learning
46:06 Gap between investor and companies - Corporations have a longer horizon than investors do.
49:48 Billions TV Show

Transcript:
http://www.valuewalk.com/2017/12/david-einhorn-oxford/

Marcy

I have a sense that there is direct bodily intervention ongoing causing
among other things, illnesses, and an increase in spending/consumption.
These actions need to be investigated. Merely those with capital can
guarantee the culprit(s) be brought to justice.

Xi Jing Pooh

Wonder how this guy invest now, I will do the opposite. Easy money without reading the market.

Eric Schoeman

6.00 if it doesnt make sense do the opposite it's a shame it doesn't use his own advice

crude prude

Mr Unicorn... high pitched voice because of his Tesla short shorts.

Nicholas Valera

Imagine being this guys kid, and knowing your dad is part responsible for gas cars still on the road.

M Mercato

He forgott some important points about Tesla...

receipt22

She has such a hot voice and accent.

spock

Hahaha, this guy is a joke

ivan carlson

he looks like a retired star soccer player

Isaac De Leon

VERY HUMBLE GUY, SO TRUE WHAT HE IS TALKING ABOUT. MOST POEPLE GAMBLE THEIR LIFE BECUASE THEY DONT HAVE THE EDUCATION OR THE WILL TO MOVE ON AFTER A FAILURE.

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Past Participant Testimonial | Oxford Algorithmic Trading Programme

3 717 views | 9 Apr. 2020

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Raguram Sritharan

Really like and expected to do in future

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