I liked her on Hillary Clinton.
I liked her on privacy.
I liked her on the U.S. spy program.
The theory of disruption is meant to be predictive. On March 10, 2000, Christensen launched a $3.8-million Disruptive Growth Fund, which he managed with Neil Eisner, a broker in St. Louis. Christensen drew on this theory to select stocks. Less than a year later, the fund was quietly liquidated.