Professor Litman spoke with a healthy group of CFA Members from Alabama and across the country on September 21st. And he has been kind enough to provide us with an exclusive coupon for the CFA Society Alabama members for FA Alpha Membership that Prof. Litman mentioned at the end of the presentation. CFA Society Alabama members could use the CFAALABAMA2022 coupon at faalphapulse.com - this will down the FA Alpha Membership price to $99/year.
You can also download Professor Litman's working manuscript, True Earning Power: The Undeniable Link Between Performance & Valuation at this link:
See below the presentation with Professor Litman:
Professor Litman was also gracious enough to provide us with the slide deck of this presentation. You can download that here:
Prof. Litman has been on CNBC, quoted in Barron’s and Institutional Investor, and interviewed in Forbes. He has published in Harvard Business Review, is a top contributor to SeekingAlpha, and co-authored the highly-acclaimed book, DRIVEN: Business Strategy, Human Actions, and the Creation of Wealth.
Litman has taught or guest-lectured at Harvard Business School, University of Chicago Booth, Wharton, LBS, SAIF Jiao Tong, and others. He is a Professor at Hult International Business School, a Financial Times and Economist top-ranked international MBA program. He conducts seminars regularly for financial and industry conferences around the world such as CFA and CPA chapters.
He is a member of the CFA Institute, the global association for investment professionals, and the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners. He is a Certified Public Accountant (CPA), received a BS in Accounting from DePaul University, and an MBA/MM from the Kellogg Graduate School of Management at Northwestern University.
We are pleased to announce that on September 21st, Wednesday, we are virtually hosting a distinguished speaker Prof. Joel Litman, CFA via zoom webinar.
Please note, we plan to be back with a regular in-person speaker series next couple of months and will communicate the details closer to the event.