Files of Interest

These are just some files that I thought visitors may find interesting, and they are simply listed in alphabetical order.  Peruse as you see fit.  Full credit goes to the authors and publishers of all original content.

1. Andrew Lahde – Classic Fund Closure Letter After the Crash (2009)

2. BIS – Asset Encumbrance, Financial Reform, and the Demand for Collateral Assets (May 2013)

3. Bob Farrell – 10 Rules for Investing

4. Copper Curve Ball CCFD – Goldman Sachs (May 2013) – Think of these CCFD’s as a primer to the under-collateralized gazillion dollar credit derivative industry.

5. Credit Derivatives and CDS Basics – Tavakoli

6. From Bail-out to Bail-in – IMF (Apr. 2013)

7. JP Morgan Guide to Credit Derivatives

8. Key Excerpts From Andrew Jackson

9. Notes on the Next War – Hemingway

10. Piotroski – Value Investing – The Use of Historical Financial Statement Information (if you want a systematic value process, then Prof. Piotroski’s system is for you)

11. Resolving Globally Active SIFIs Through Bail-ins – FDIC & BOE (Dec. 2012)

12. Seth Klarman – 20 lessons (2010)

13. Shadow Banking – Economics and Policy (IMF – Dec. 2012)

14. Shadow Banking The Money View – OFR (July 2014)

15. Sir John Templeton – 16 rules

16. The Black Swan of Cairo – Taleb (June 2011)

17. The Financial Instability Hypothesis – Minsky (1992)

18. The Secret Recordings of Carmen Segarra at Goldman Sachs – This American Life (9-26-2014)

19. The Shale Oil Boom – A US Phenomenom (June 2013)

20. US Intervention During the Bretton Woods Era 1962 – 1973 – NBER (April 2011)