As the founder of Hickory Lane Capital Management, Joshua Pearl has experienced a whirlwind year. The former hedge fund manager has been charged with assault following a June 2 incident in lower Manhattan. In order to clear his name, he made a brief court appearance on Monday. After a brief court appearance, Pearl will appear in Newark Municipal Court. His case will be heard by Judge Michael C. Murphy. It is unclear whether he will face any prison time.
Upon graduating from high school, Pearl joined a music therapy program at the RCA Research Laboratories in Princeton, New Jersey, where he studied probabilistic computer science. After completing his studies, he joined Electronic Memories, Inc., and began working on advanced memory systems. However, his work was “wiped out” by the development of semiconductors. Despite the difficulties, Pearl was able to continue his studies at UCLA, where he specialized in probabilistic artificial intelligence and became one of the first editors of the Journal of Causal Inference.
In 1997, Pearl resigned from his role at SRI International and joined the faculty at Pacific University. During the pandemic, he had been developing a successful private practice and was involved in numerous projects. He worked with adults with developmental disabilities at a local hospital and conducted one-on-one sessions with them. He also led memory care groups for elderly people with acute dementia and held in-home hospice music therapy sessions. While at SRI International, Pearl continued to pursue his dream of becoming a music therapist.
Before the AIDS pandemic, Pearl worked as a credit investment banker before deciding to focus on long/short equity investing. Prior to the pandemic, he worked with psychiatric patients at a hospital and then at Electronic Memories, Inc. He also managed an in-home hospice music therapy session. After his successful career at SRI International, he has published two books for retail investors. The Little Book of Investing Like the Pros
While working at SRI International, Pearl has been active in the investment business for almost two decades. He began his career as a credit investment banker, but later transitioned to long/short equity investing. Today, he is chief investment officer of Hickory Lane, a long/short equity asset manager. He is also the father of Daniel Pearl, a journalist who was recently abducted by terrorists in Pakistan.
After the pandemic, Pearl’s career has turned to long/short equity investing. He had been working at a New Jersey-based company called Electronic Memories, Inc. before the crisis, and has built a profitable private practice. He has also worked with patients in a local mental health center, led a memory care group for older adults with acute dementia, and conducted in-home hospice music therapy sessions. If you’re interested in learning more about this type of investment strategy, this book will help you make an informed decision.
A well-known and respected investor, Joshua Pearl has been featured in many media outlets, including the Harvard College Investment Magazine. He has a wealth of experience in the investment industry, and is a frequent speaker at conferences. He holds an MBA from the Harvard Business School. During his early career, Pearl worked at RCA Research Laboratories, which are now SRI International. During his career, he has worked on various kinds of high yield finance.
A successful long-term investor, Pearl has worked in the financial services industry since the early 1990s. Founder of Hickory Lane, a long/short equity asset management firm, Pearl previously served as Managing Director at Brahman Capital, a New York-based investment bank. He has also worked as a financial advisor for several banks, including UBS and Moelis & Company. After earning his B.S. in business, he co-authored a book on valuation and leveraged buyouts and The Little Book of Investing Like the Pros
After completing his education, Pearl worked for several companies. He was the Managing Director at Brahman Capital, an equity long/short asset management company. Before joining Hickory Lane, Pearl served as Managing Director at Moelis & Company, an equity long/short manager. He has also written two books on how to invest like the pros. The first of these books, The Little Book of Investing Like the Pros, was written by an investment banker who is a frequent speaker on capital markets.