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Going for Broke: The High Return and High Risks of Pre-IPO Private Placements
Released on Wednesday, October 14, 2020•PRE IPO
Pre-IPO can be "ten baggers" (1000% on your money) or financial disasters. Dr. Mark Skousen has invested in dozens of private placements, insider deals, and tax shelters over his 40-year career on Wall Street. Some have proven to be multi-million-dollar winners, while others have become wallpaper in his bathroom. In this timely session, Dr. Skousen, editor of the award-winning Forecasts & Strategies since 1980, will reveal his best and worst private investment, and what he has discovered in the wily world of high finance. He is especially bullish on exploratory and developmental "penny" stocks right now.
Mark Skousen is a financial economist, university professor, and author of over 25 books. Dr. Skousen was recently listed as one of the top 20 living economists in the world. In 2018, Steve Forbes presented him with the Triple Crown in Economics for his work in theory, history, and education. Dr. Skousen is a Presidential Fellow at Chapman University in California, where he received the "My Favorite Professor Award" in 2019. He has worked for the government (CIA), non-profits (president of FEE), and runs FreedomFest, "the world's largest gathering of free minds," every July in Las Vegas (www.freedomfest.com
). He has also taught economics and finance at Columbia Business School and Columbia University. Since 1980, Dr. Skousen has been editor-in-chief of Forecasts & Strategies, a popular award-winning investment newsletter (www.markskousen.com ). He has written for the Wall Street Journal and Forbes magazine and has made regular appearances on CNBC's Kudlow & Co., the Santelli Exchange, and C-SPAN Book TV. Dr. Skousen's bestsellers includeThe Making of Modern Economics, Investing in One Lesson, and The Maxims of Wall Street. Based on Dr. Skousen's work,The Structure of Production (NYU Press, 1990), the federal government began publishing in Spring 2014 a broader, more accurate measure of the economy, Gross Output (GO), every quarter along with GDP.
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