Wall Street/Finance Network
Lessons from "The Greatest Trade Ever"
Please join us for an evening with Wall Street Journal columnist and reporter Gregory Zuckerman '88. He will discuss the story behind his book, The Greatest Trade Ever, the tale of how John Paulson and a group of renegade investors anticipated the collapse of the financial system and made more than $20 billion pulling off the greatest trade in financial history. He will also discuss the latest big bets of Wall Street's leading investors, the next bubbles some are worried about, and why we seem to be living in an age of financial manias.
Gregory Zuckerman '88
is a senior writer at the Wall Street Journal, where he has been a reporter for twelve years. He pens the widely read "Heard on the Street" column and writes about hedge funds, investing, and other Wall Street topics.
12 East 77th Street, New York City
Between Madison and Fifth Avenues
Admission is $5. Complimentary for Supporting members of the Alumni Association. To become a Supporting member, visit http://alumni.brandeis.edu/web/membership/index.html
RSVP to Brandeis House before Tuesday, February 2, by calling 212-472-1501 x231