James Altucher is a partner at hedge fund firm Formula Capital. He writes for TheStreet.com and the Financial Times and has been a periodic guest on CNBC's Kudlow & Cramer. Previously, he was a partner with technology venture capital firm 212 Ventures and was CEO and founder of Vaultus, a wireless and software company. He holds a BA in computer science from Cornell and attended graduate school in computer science at Carnegie Mellon University. Altucher is the author of Trade Like a Hedge Fund, also published by Wiley.
Chapter 1: Does Warren Buffett Trade?
Chapter 2: Graham-Dodd and a Dose of Fisher.
Chapter 3: Equities.
Chapter 4: Current Holdings.
Chapter 5: Merger Arbitrage Like Warren Buffett.
Chapter 6: Relative Value Arbitrage.
Chapter 7: PIPEs and High Yield.
Chapter 8: Junk.
Chapter 9: Warren Buffett’s Personal Holdings.
Chapter 10: Closed-End Fund Arbitrage.
Chapter 11: Interviews with Two Buffett-Style Hedge Fund Managers.
Chapter 12: P/E Ratios, Market Timing, and the Fed Model.
Chapter 13: Buffett and Disasters.
Chapter 14: Life and Death.
Chapter 15: Fixed-Income Arbitrage.
Chapter 16: Trade Like Bill Gates.
Chapter 17: Jealousy.