The value of this property to you depends on factors which should be evaluated by your tax, financial and legal advisors.You and your advisors should conduct a careful, independent investigation of the property to determine to your satisfaction the suitability of the property for your needs.“The fund is no longer viable.” Perot, who made his billions as founder of Electronic Data Systems, ran for president twice, winning 18.9% of the vote in 1992 and 8.8% in 1996.He is perhaps best-known for his quip that the United States would hear a “giant sucking sound” as American jobs moved to Mexico if the North American Free Trade Agreement went into effect.The interview is in podcast and transcript formats.Podcast of Interview with Jeff Gramm Transcript of Interview with Jeff Gramm Jeff: Sure.Nov 26 (Reuters) - Parkcentral Capital Management, an investment firm that manages money for the family of Ross Perot, is liquidating a fixed-income hedge fund because it is "no longer viable," Bloomberg reported.
Parkcentral Capital Management, the 1992 independent candidate’s family office, is liquidating a hedge fund burned by the credit crisis.
The likelihood of significant policy changes is fleeting for the year.
Some economists are even losing hope that tax reform will be completed by the midterm elections of 2018.
* * * *Our guest today, is Jeff Gramm, who runs Bandera Partners, a long-oriented, value-driven hedge fund based in New York City, USA and also teaches value investing at Columbia Business School.
Jeff authored the highly acclaimed “Dear Chairman”, a book focused on Shareholder Activism, which shares key insights into activism initiatives by leading investors such as Benjamin Graham, Warren Buffett, Carl Icahn, Ross Perot and Daniel Loeb.“Dear Chairman” has been praised by luminaries including Warren Buffett, Carol Loomis, former SEC chairman Arthur Levitt, former Fed chairman Alan Greenspan, Fed Ex CEO Fred Smith, and Charles Schwab, chairman of the Charles Schwab Corporation.