Faculty Column: Does anyone know how to pick stocks?

By Professor Lena Booth As a finance professor, students and friends often ask me if I have any stock tips. My typical response is “If I do, I would be out there making big bucks, sipping Margaritas on the beach, and not work another day”.  Well, without illegally using privileged insider information, does anyone really […]

Faculty Column: ‘Cue’ Seekers Find New Sources of Value

By Professor Tom Hunsaker Looking at something is different from seeing its value.  Seers are people who can perceive things that others miss.  They can see beneath surface events to discern their underlying implications.  The managers who mirror these behaviors are more likely to scout valuable opportunities in their daily activities that can transform the […]