Jay Ritter

Should You Invest In IPOs? It’s Still A Risky Prospect

Investing in IPOs may sound exciting, but it’s often better to wait for newly public stocks to mature before buying. Cordell Eminent Scholar Jay Ritter shares his insights for this story from Kiplinger’s Personal Finance. 

  • Investing in IPOs may sound exciting, but it’s often better to wait for newly public stocks to mature before buying. Cordell Eminent Scholar Jay Ritter shares his insights for this story.

    Jay Ritter

    Should You Invest In IPOs? It's Still A Risky Prospect

    Kiplinger's Personal Finance
  • David F. Miller Retail Center Executive Director and Clinical Professor Joel Davis comments on the possible economic reasons why Costco hasn’t opened a location in Gainesville.

    Joel Davis

    A Costco desert: Gainesville residents pine for Kirkland Signature

    The Alligator
  • They were supposed to be a revolution. They may get sued out of existence. Cordell Eminent Scholar Jay Ritter shares his insights into why SPACs fail so badly and if they will ever become popular again.

    Jay Ritter

    The spectacular failure of SPACs

    The Hustle
  • Matherly Professor Anuj Kumar explores how we can leverage peers to motivate and help students learn in K-12 schools as part of his greater research with the RightWalk Foundation. As part of this work, Kumar built the EPInc platform – an AI-based integrated knowledge diffusion platform for K-12 schools, which aims to create a uniform and higher overall educational production (cognitive and non-cognitive) in K-12 classrooms with scarce educational resources.

    Anuj Kumar

    Harnessing Peer Effects with EdTech

    LinkedIn
  • Cordell Eminent Scholar Jay Ritter comments on the long-awaited plans from UL Solutions to go public. The Chicago-area company long known for providing the seal of approval for the safety of electronics and other products.

    Jay Ritter

    UL Solutions to test IPO market

    Crain’s Chicago Business
Gary Antenberg

Banking on success

Looking back on the beginning of his career, Gary Antenberg (BSBA ’89) is grateful that he didn’t get his dream job right out of college. At the University of Florida, he studied finance in the hopes that he’d land a role in investment banking, a career path influenced by his father who’d spent his career in finance leadership roles. When Antenberg graduated in 1989, it was a challenging time for

Jessica Brinkert, Camden Mills and Rachel Xu.

Meet the latest incoming University of Florida Online MBA class

The Warrington College of Business is proud to welcome its latest class to the UF MBA Online program. We invite you to meet some of the Class of 2024 and 2025 by learning more about who they are, what they do, why they chose the University of Florida and more. What do you hope to get out of your UF MBA experience? “As a first-generation college student, my primary aim

MSF program ranks No. 6 in the nation

GAINESVILLE, Fla. – The William R. Hough Master of Science in Finance (MSF) program remained in the nation’s top 10 graduate finance programs on QS’ 2024 Master’s in Finance Rankings. For the fifth consecutive year, the MSF program was named No. 6 among the ranked U.S. programs (No. 4 among U.S. public schools), following the University of California – Los Angeles, the University of California – Berkeley and the University of Texas –