Is the Market OverValued? | Hal Heaton

 

About Hal Heaton

Hal Heaton is a Professor of Finance at the BYU Marriott Graduate School of Business where he teaches advanced courses in finance and capital markets. Before joining the faulting at BYU, Hal worked at Boston Consulting where he dealt with strategic planning issues for large firms. He has also served on the Finance faculty at the Harvard School of Business. He holds an MBA from Brigham Young University and both a MA in Economics and Ph.D in Finance from Stanford University.

Hal Heaton on Alan Olsen's American Dreams Radio
Hal Heaton

Hal Heaton is a Professor of Finance at the BYU Marriott Graduate School of Business where he teaches advanced courses in finance and capital markets. Before joining the faulting at BYU, Hal worked at Boston Consulting where he dealt with strategic planning issues for large firms. He has also served on the Finance faculty at the Harvard School of Business. He holds an MBA from Brigham Young University and both a MA in Economics and Ph.D in Finance from Stanford University.

Alan Olsen on Alan Olsen's American Dreams Radio
Alan Olsen

Alan is managing partner at Greenstein, Rogoff, Olsen & Co., LLP, (GROCO) and is a respected leader in his field. He is also the radio show host to American Dreams. Alan’s CPA firm resides in the San Francisco Bay Area and serves some of the most influential Venture Capitalist in the world. GROCO’s affluent CPA core competency is advising High Net Worth individual clients in tax and financial strategies. Alan is a current member of the Stanford Institute for Economic Policy Research (S.I.E.P.R.) SIEPR’s goal is to improve long-term economic policy. Alan has more than 25 years of experience in public accounting and develops innovative financial strategies for business enterprises. Alan also serves on President Kim Clark’s BYU-Idaho Advancement council. (President Clark lead the Harvard Business School programs for 30 years prior to joining BYU-idaho. As a specialist in income tax, Alan frequently lectures and writes articles about tax issues for professional organizations and community groups. He also teaches accounting as a member of the adjunct faculty at Ohlone College.

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