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  • (Equity Funding) Equity Funding Corporation of America was a Los Angeles-based U.S. financial conglomerate that marketed a package of mutual funds and life insurance to private individuals in the 1960s and 70s.

  • A stock fund or equity fund is a fund that invests in equities more commonly known as stocks. Stock funds are contrasted with bond funds and money funds.

  • (Equity funding) the funding of a portion of a retirement plan by investment in equity. Equity funding affects the employer's contributions, but not the employee's benefits.





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  • coins made of gold

  • made from or covered with gold; "gold coins"; "the gold dome of the Capitol"; "the golden calf"; "gilded icons"

  • An alloy of this

  • amber: a deep yellow color; "an amber light illuminated the room"; "he admired the gold of her hair"

  • A yellow precious metal, the chemical element of atomic number 79, valued esp. for use in jewelry and decoration, and to guarantee the value of currencies

  • A deep lustrous yellow or yellow-brown color











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Hedge Funds Leaders Forum 2010 DVD Video Package


Hedge Funds Leaders Forum 2010 DVD Video Package



Investors around the world may put as much as $222 billion into hedge funds this year. If so, it would mark the first time since the start of the financial crisis in 2007 that pension funds, endowments and wealthy investors add more money to these loosely regulated portfolios than they remove. Is the hedge fund industry on its path to generate market beating returns in 2010? DVD 1: Generating Market-Beating Returns Under the Watchful Eye of the SEC; Moderator: Howard Kapiloff, Managing Editor, Hedge Fund Alert; Doug Hirschhorn, Chief Executive Officer, DrDoug.com ; Jonathan Kanterman, Managing Director, Stillwater Capital Partners; Lance Friedler, Partner, Sadis & Goldberg LLP; Madhu Kodali, Principal, Fertilemind Capital, and Thomas Kirchner, President & Portfolio Manager, Pennsylvania Avenue Funds . DVD 2: Is Gold Hitting $2,000 an Ounce or the Green Glass Ceiling Instead? Moderator: Sanjeev Sharma, Contributing Writer, SeekingAlpha.com; Alison Graham, Chief Investment Officer, Voltan Capital Management; Dan Sobol, Managing Partner, SkyTop Capital; Greg Zuckerman, Reporter, The Wall Street Journal, and Stephen Velotti, Chief Underwriting Officer, Juniperus Capital Ltd. DVD 3: The Future and Challenges of High-Frequency Trading; Moderator: Adam Sussman, Director of Research, TABB Group; Andrew Kumiega, Director of Quality, Infinium Capital Management; James Leman, Principal, Westwater Corp., and Rachel Minard, Former President & Partner, Cogo Wolf Asset Management.










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1937 KIng's Theatre, 297 Bath Street, Glasgow. Marie Tempest Flyer Card




1937 KIng's Theatre, 297 Bath Street, Glasgow. Marie Tempest Flyer Card





1937 KIng's Theatre, 297 Bath Street, Glasgow. Marie Tempest Flyer Card.

Dame Marie Tempest DBE (15 July 1864 – 15 October 1942) was an English singer and actress known as the "queen of her profession".

Tempest became the most famous soprano in late Victorian light opera and Edwardian musical comedies. Later, she became a leading comic actress and toured widely in North America and elsewhere. She was, at times, her own theatre manager during a career spanning 55 years. Tempest was also instrumental in the founding of the actors' union Equity in England. Tempest was born Mary Susan Etherington in London. Her parents were Edwin Etherington (1838–1880), a stationer, and Sarah Mary Castle Etherington. Tempest was educated at Midhurst School and an Ursuline convent in Thildonck, Belgium. Later, she studied music in Paris, France and at the Royal Academy of Music in London, as a singing pupil of Manuel Garcia, the tutor of Jenny Lind. She adopted as her stage name part of the name of Lady Susan Vane-Tempest, whom she referred to as her godmother. Tempest had a sister named Florence Etherington who married theatre manager Michael Levenston.Tempest married Alfred Edward Izard, another student at the Academy, in 1885. That marriage ended in divorce four years later, but the couple had a son in 1888 named Norman, who would later be referred to in the press as "Norman Lennox", taking the surname of Tempest's second husband. Tempest debuted in 1885 as Fiametta in Franz Suppe's operetta Boccaccio at the Comedy Theatre in London, where she also took the title role in Erminie by Edward Jakobowski. She starred steadily in London for the next two years in light operas by Herve and Andre Messager, among others. She became internationally famous for her performance in the title role in Dorothy by Alfred Cellier and B. C. Stephenson (1887), which ran for a record-setting 931 performances (becoming a hit after Tempest took over the title role from Marion Hood). Her marriage was damaged by rumours of an affair with her producer, but the same rumours only enhanced her appeal to her audiences. Richard D'Oyly Carte considered engaging her for his opera company but W. S. Gilbert (after seeing her in Dorothy) reported that she "screeched", and the proposal was dropped. In 1889, Tempest starred in Cellier and Stephenson's Doris. The next year, in 1890, Tempest created the role of Kitty Carol in The Red Hussar in London and then in New York City. She then toured the United States and Canada for a year with the J. C. Duff Comic Opera Company in such operettas as Carmen, Manon, Mignon, The Bohemian Girl, and The Pirates of Penzance. She returned to Broadway for the next three years in numerous productions including The Tyrolean, The Fencing Master by DeKoven and Smith, and The Algerian. During this period she was considered one of the few rivals of Lillian Russell. An American critic wrote in 1894, "Miss Tempest combines a voice of extraordinary pitch and sweetness with the dramatic fervor of an emotional actress to a greater degree probably than any other prima donna now upon the English speaking stage". In 1895, George Edwardes bought her back to London to star in his Daly's Theatre productions, beginning with Adele in An Artist's Model, which ran for over 400 performances. This was followed by title roles in the even more successful The Geisha (1896), which ran for 760 performances, A Greek Slave (1898) and another international hit, San Toy (1899). Tempest was a difficult star, and her arguments with Edwardes and some of her colleagues were well known. She felt that Edwardes was too strict and finally left San Toy in 1900, reportedly over a quarrel concerning her costume. By 1899, Tempest had married again, to the actor-playwright Cosmo Stuart (Cosmo Charles Gordon-Lennox), the son of Lord Alexander Gordon-Lennox. On his advice, Tempest forsook operettas for straight comedy. In 1900 she created the role of Nell Gwynne in Anthony Hope's English Nell (based on Simon Dale) at the Prince of Wales's Theatre in London, followed at the same theatre in 1901 by the title roles in Peg Woffington by Charles Reade and Becky Sharp, an adaptation of Vanity Fair, by Robert Hichens and her husband. The same year, she played Polly Eccles in T. W. Robertson's Caste, followed in 1902 by the title role in The Marriage of Kitty, also written by Stuart. These established her as a leading comedy actress, particularly when playing the type of vivacious lady in drawing room comedies that TIME magazine called "a Marie Tempest part... a sprightly, well-bred matron, with a feline manner and a sharp tongue but a heart of gold." Max Beerbohm described her as "one of the very few English actresses equipped for emotion".After many more such roles at the Duke of York's Theatre and the Comedy Theatre, Tempest toured in America in 1904, reprising her role in The Marriage of Kitty and in the title role of Th











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From Zero to Sixty on Hedge Funds and Private Equity: What They Do, How They Do It, and Why They Do The Mysterious Things They Do






From this book, you will get two things regarding hedge funds and private equity. Two things that anybody can take home.

The first is the knowledge - a foundation tool set of key words, industry phrases and financial concepts made clear in plain english. This book puts meanings and understanding to terms you may have already heard but did not quite understand. There is no math and there are no equations. Just interesting stories and detailed explanations to get you familiar with a variety of topics:

• How hedge and private equity funds are structured
• Who their investors are and what do they want?
• Fund investing strategies. Event-driven, arbitrage, sidepockets, and more
• Junk bonds, options, swaps, and other derivatives
• Leveraged buyouts and other types of private equity investing

The second thing you get makes this more than just a compilation of Wikipedia articles. Imagine yourself sitting next to a fund or an investor in a fund and observing them do something or make a move. Sure you want to know “what” they did but the stuff that would be truly interesting is the “why”. What is going through their head in doing this? This book walks you through it all so that you get to take in the mindsets, perspectives and incentives of the fund’s managers, investors and more. There is a whole lot more strategy going on than what you might at first think.

It does not matter who you are: A student in school thinking about joining the alternative asset management industry, a retiree who wants to know more about these weird fund things, or a person who works with or near a hedge fund but has no idea what they really do. Does not matter. The only thing you need to have is a desire to start learning. If you are familiar with some of it, you can build on it here. If you are beginning from scratch (just as I myself was), you are in good hands.

This book is an education. It does not teach you banking interview secrets, mysterious fund trading strategies, nor does it expose the lifestyles of the Wall Street Rich. It is the kind of course that teaches you to think critically, understand the ecosystem and think smart thoughts. Not the kind that bores you with formulas and textbook memorization.

Download the sample and give it a shot.

From this book, you will get two things regarding hedge funds and private equity. Two things that anybody can take home.

The first is the knowledge - a foundation tool set of key words, industry phrases and financial concepts made clear in plain english. This book puts meanings and understanding to terms you may have already heard but did not quite understand. There is no math and there are no equations. Just interesting stories and detailed explanations to get you familiar with a variety of topics:

• How hedge and private equity funds are structured
• Who their investors are and what do they want?
• Fund investing strategies. Event-driven, arbitrage, sidepockets, and more
• Junk bonds, options, swaps, and other derivatives
• Leveraged buyouts and other types of private equity investing

The second thing you get makes this more than just a compilation of Wikipedia articles. Imagine yourself sitting next to a fund or an investor in a fund and observing them do something or make a move. Sure you want to know “what” they did but the stuff that would be truly interesting is the “why”. What is going through their head in doing this? This book walks you through it all so that you get to take in the mindsets, perspectives and incentives of the fund’s managers, investors and more. There is a whole lot more strategy going on than what you might at first think.

It does not matter who you are: A student in school thinking about joining the alternative asset management industry, a retiree who wants to know more about these weird fund things, or a person who works with or near a hedge fund but has no idea what they really do. Does not matter. The only thing you need to have is a desire to start learning. If you are familiar with some of it, you can build on it here. If you are beginning from scratch (just as I myself was), you are in good hands.

This book is an education. It does not teach you banking interview secrets, mysterious fund trading strategies, nor does it expose the lifestyles of the Wall Street Rich. It is the kind of course that teaches you to think critically, understand the ecosystem and think smart thoughts. Not the kind that bores you with formulas and textbook memorization.

Download the sample and give it a shot.










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