6 Famous Flameouts of Famed Investors
Robert R. Johnson
Ask Christopher Ma to characterize a certain type of high-rolling investor, and you might think he's talking about this year's crop of presidential hopefuls: "They are self-centered, egotistic, cocky, and borderline narcissistic." It's how the director of the Roland George Investments Institute at Stetson University in DeLand, Florida, describes stock market moguls and pundits who mix self-promotion, rock-star decorum and wild prognostication into an elixir just as toxic as it is intoxicating.
Carlozo, Lou, "6 Famous Flameouts of Famed Investors" (2016). In the News. 1654.