young, gifted, and rich
May 19, 2003 2:14 AM Subscribe
I, like, pick good stocks.
Chris Lahiji, the 19 year-old "LeBron James of Wall Street"
, spent his summer analyzing the annual reports from thousands of companies. He then put together the semi-experimental Lahiji Tiny Fund
with a lofty long term goal: Ideally, I wish for my analysis to one day be synonymous with the entire micro-cap segment (really small companies).
This group of stocks, composed entirely of smaller companies, is up an impressive 80.78% as of 4/15. Lahiji's site also documents the impressive amount of crap [and QT video]
that he received from companies as a result of requesting 12,000
annual reports. He spoke with Wall Street Week
's Geoff Colvin on Friday.
posted by Ignatius J. Reilly (11 comments total)
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