Steven Eisman is an American businessman and investor During a speech entitled “Subprime Goes to College” during the Ira Sohn Conference in May Eisman attacked companies. In a speech titled “Subprime Goes to College,” delivered Wednesday at the Ira Sohn Investment Research Conference, Eisman blasted the. One of those managers was Steven Eisman of FrontPoint Partners Steven Eisman & FrontPoint Partners entitled, ‘Subprime Goes to College’.

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And here is where the subprime analogy becomes very clear. One example is Sally Stroup. And the days of raising tuition would be over; in many cases, tuition will go down. Who could you complain to?

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Retrieved from ” https: So the key question to ask is — what do these students get for their education? This page was last edited on 31 Decemberat Inshe was the head lobbyist for the Apollo Group — the company behind the University of Collsge and the largest for-profit educator.

Leaving politics aside for a moment, the other major reason why the industry has taken an ever increasing share of government dollars is that it has turned the typical education model on its head. Subprime Goes to College.


Adapted from a speech he gave to the Ira Sohn Investment Conference. This formula maximizes the amount of Title IV loans and grants that these students receive.

In the past 10 years, the for-profit education industry has grown times the historical rate of traditional post secondary education. Disclaimer The content provided within this website is property of MarketFolly. I cannot emphasize enough that gainful employment changes the business model. Trending Now on NYPost.

Post was not sent – check your email addresses! It did better inreturning After the Department of Education took action against for-profit colleges inthe industry retaliated by accusing Eisman of attempting to illegally influence the government and calling for an investigation by the Secretary of Education.

Subprime goes to college

And this growth has resulted in spectacular profits and executive salaries. They co,lege go after GI Bill money and currently have separate teams set up to specifically target military students.

This would force universities to lower their tuition, or face declining enrollment because fewer students could afford school. Here is one of the more upsetting statistics. Posted by market folly at The latest trend of for-profit institutions, meanwhile, is to acquire accreditation through the outright purchase of small, financially distressed non-profit institutions. He has been married to Valerie Feigen since As we’ve detailed numerous times, the for-profit education space is an investor battleground with a clear divergence of opinion.

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Stocks That Matter Most t Sisman look at drop-out rates. Washington clamping down on the industry and a rise in employment generating a decline supbrime enrollment. And now, Eisman has joined the mix with his negative view too.

Major for-profit educators include. The for-profit model seeks to recruit those with the greatest financial need and put them in high cost institutions. We’ll watch with great interest to see how this one plays out. Thus, the government, the students and the taxpayer bear all the risk, and the for-profit industry reaps all suborime rewards.

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On the date of purchase, Franciscan now Ashford had students. ESI is more profitable on a margin basis than even Apple.

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Bridgepoint took that school online and at the end of it had 54, students. Eisman thinks collegr has identified the next ‘subprime’ so to speak and gave a presentation at the Ira Sohn Conference entitled, “Subprime Goes to College.

Gainful employment will cause enrollment levels to grow less quickly.