ECON 11
Value Investing and Other Hedge Fund Strategies Winter 2022

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The intent of the class is to introduce students to the principles of fundamentals based equity investing. The primary focus will be on value investing, but we will broadly explore different equity investment strategies, understand the process behind successful equity selection, and study great investors. While oriented towards students interested in careers in investment management, students contemplating careers in consulting and investment banking will also benefit.
The Class: Format: lecture
Limit: 20
Grading: pass/fail only
Requirements/Evaluation: 10-page paper; final project or presentation
Prerequisites: quantitative background (math, econ, sciences) and ideally juniors and seniors
Enrollment Preferences: instructor discretion
Unit Notes: Rahul Bahl '09 is a partner and senior investment analyst at Hidden Hills Partners Fund, a value oriented hedge fund based in San Francisco. Prior to HHPF, Rahul was an Associate in GE Capital's Private Equity Group assisting in the management of their $2Bn portfolio of public and private investments.
Materials/Lab Fee: $50 for materials

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