Rev. Fr. Emmanuel Lemelson, founder and President of the Lantern Foundation - interview with CBS Radio Boston - Part 1 and 2
BOSTON, Nov. 24, 2014 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The Lantern Foundation, a U.S.-based non-profit organization that provides financial support to Christian religious and community organizations globally, today announced that its Founder and President Fr. Emmanuel Lemelson is expected to join an official Orthodox Church delegation for the two day official visit of Pope Francis this coming week in Constantinople, Turkey.
On June 19th, Rev. Father Emmanuel Lemelson, Founder and President of the Lantern Foundation, was invited onto Benzinga's Pre-Market Prep show to discuss the theme of capital allocation as stewardship.
In the interview, Fr. Emmanuel, after some initial comments on his background and investment philosophy is asked in depth and pointed questions about his recent short call on shares of WWE that was first published on March 17th as well as his recent 25 page research report on shares of LGND. He clarifies his reasoning behind statements that shares of LGND have no intrinsic value presently.
Shares of LGND dropped as much as 2% during the interview.
Fr. Emmanuel Lemelson, the founder and president of the Lantern Foundation speaks about "A Vision for Private Foundation" to benefit the Ecumenical Patriarchate at the Archons Dinner Feb. 15, 2014 in Anaheim, CA.
Our modern marketplace for investment in the formation and growth of public enterprises is imperfect, but it still works. It is a mechanism to transfer the wealth of the public to the companies we formulate to produce things; they are a reflection of our country and our people as a whole. The market can go mildly wrong or it can go terribly wrong. When it is mildly wrong, it present buying opportunities to shrewd investors, when it goes terribly wrong, it can become a machine of economic injustice.
Ένα σημαντικό άρθρο της USA εγγραφές σήμερα με απλά λόγια την πραγματικότητα του αμερικανικού λαού, και το πιο σημαντικό στο μέλλον - τα παιδιά μας. Είμαστε στη δυσάρεστη θέση να αναφέρω ότι δεν υπήρχαν στατιστικά στοιχεία από το συγκρότημα «σημαντικό» οικονομολόγοι, ούτε ξόρκι από την Wall Street κερδοσκόπους. Δεν υπήρχε ούτε ένα "αστεία" άμυνας από μια μεγάλη τράπεζα, για τη νομική τεχνικές που εμπλέκονται στην κλοπή στο σπίτι μιας αμερικανικής οικογένειας. Τέλος, λυπούμαστε για την έκθεση στον αναγνώστη ότι δεν υπήρχε καν ένα εντυπωσιακό διατριβή από ένα υπερήφανο θεολόγος. Αντ 'αυτού βρήκαμε μόνο επιστολές γράφτηκαν από τα παιδιά στη μνήμη του Αγίου Νικολάου, αλλά για εμάς θα μπορούσαμε κάλλιστα να έχει την ανάγνωση του Ευαγγελίου.
Αυτό οφείλεται στο γεγονός ότι το Ευαγγέλιο είναι ζωντανός με κάθε χτύπο της καρδιάς τους. Είναι μάρτυρες σε μια ζωντανή πίστη, η οποία βρίσκεται πάνω απ 'όλα το θόρυβο στην κοινωνία μας, ο αμετάβλητος Ευαγγέλιο εκτυλίσσεται μπροστά στα μάτια μας, αν θέλουμε να το δούμε
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