Hedge Fund the Novel



Epub X Hedge Fund The Novel Author Holger Berndt Instaposter Jasper Weatherly And His Business Partner, Alex Stillwell, Were Seemingly On Their Way To Making It Big Their Hedge Fund, Firestorm Partners, Had Only Been In Existence For Six Years, But Performance Had Been Very Good, And The Fund Had Quickly Mushroomed In Size To Several Hundred Million Dollars Jasper S Years Of Hard Work Were Paying Off Nicely, So There Appeared To Be Nowhere To Go But Up For This Successful Hedge Fund Manager But To Quote The Popular Investment Management Disclaimer, Past Performance Is No Indication Of Future Results With His Firsthand Knowledge Of Hedge Funds And The Investment Management Industry, Holger Berndt Crafts A Highly Realistic Tale Of The Tumultuous Life Of A Hedge Fund Manager His Insights And Perspectives Create A Story That Is Both Entertaining And Enlightening While Written In A Way That Is Easy To Understand And Enjoy, The Book Also Appeals Strongly To Anyone Who Has Ever Taken An Interest In The Stock Market And Made Their Own Investment Decisions, Or Observed The Ethical Problems That Are So Much In The News TodayThe Debut Novel By Holger Berndt Vividly Portrays The Adventures And Challenges Encountered By Hedge Fund Manager Jasper Weatherly As He Endeavors To Manage And Grow His Lucrative Business, Firestorm Partners Experience The Dynamic World Of Hedge Funds From The Inside As Jasper Deals With The Many Different Situations And Dilemmas That Confront Him The Best Interests Of Jasper, His Firm, And His Clients Would Seem To Be Tightly Intertwined, However, That May Not Always Be The Case Follow Along As His Sense Of Right And Wrong Ultimately Gets Put To The TestHedge Fund the Novel

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  • Hedge Fund the Novel
  • Holger Berndt
  • 13 December 2018

10 thoughts on “Hedge Fund the Novel

  1. says:

    This book sucked I ve recently been reading about hedge funds and the financial industry in general, and incorrectly assumed that a book entitled Hedge Fund would be a relevant addition to my recent reading It wasn t.Hedge Fund is a pointless story about Jasper, who manages a Hedge Fund named Firestorm The story lacks any depth, sub plots, twists, surprises, comedy, enjoyment, ...

  2. says:

    As I am not involved in the business world, I thought I might be bored by this book However, I soon realized this was not just about hedge funds, but about the complexity of relationships and decisions one must make in...

  3. says:

    People that know me ask me what I do for a living When I start to explain it to them, many times their eyes just glaze over as if to say please stop, you re putting me to sleep This book explains what I do for a living in a ...

  4. says:

    Hedge Fund is a book that I enjoyed from beginning to end Following the main character, Jasper, through his days as a partner in a firm that had become successful was interesting to me especially since hedge funds mentioned in the new...

  5. says:

    This book has no action at all to it It drags on following the key figure, Jaz on his journeys talking to clients about staying in his fund There is an employee who cooks the books but the author does not expand on th...

  6. says:

    The character development is okay in this book as is the plot, but the dialog in places is too formal and not conversational enough to be believable A couple of loose ends at the end of the story leaves you wo...

  7. says:

    I just finished reading HEDGE FUND by Holger Berndt It was a great read why Because it has great character development, an interesting storyline, and you get emotionally attached to the main characters I was sorry i...

  8. says:

    An excellent plain language view of how small hedge funds are founded, grow, prosper and often die It captures the intensity of running a small fund and the precariousness of their existence.

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