Webcast – Paul Wilmott On “The Money Formula”

Paul recently gave a talk in downtown Manhattan about his new book, co-authored with David Orrell, The Money Formula. Other topics get dragged in along the way…

To say that the talk is wide ranging doesn’t do it justice: From Charles Bukowsky to why you shouldn’t buy socks with logos on them; From multi-colored dishes at Yo Sushi to Jensen’s Inequality; From how regulators don’t understand calibration to why Paul isn’t getting a Knighthood … And it’s rapidly downhill from there!

Health Warning: This talk will not be to everyone’s taste. 

Watch the webcast here: CQF Institute Video Series

Or buy Paul’s Latest book NOW on Amazon!

 

 

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