Tag Archives: Value Investing

Value Investors Fighting the Urge to Herd

The most successful fund managers are contrarians — those who zig when the market zags. Read More

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Charles de Vaulx: Seeking Value in an Overpriced World

Charles de Vaulx, CIO of International Value Advisers (IVA), subscribes to the classic value investing principles practiced by Benjamin Graham and his disciples, including Walter Schloss and Warren Buffett. But he is hardly a clone. Read More

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Wider than Milliseconds: Identifying a Margin of Safety

Value investors focus their analysis on putting information in context, an approach that can take longer, but is less reliant on the fastest execution of an algorithm. Read More

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Investment Risk in the Real World

If volatility is not a good measure of risk, what are the risks that actually matter? The founder and CIO of APS Asset Management outlines six. Read More

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Aswath Damodaran: Valuation in the Face of Uncertainty

The NYU professor applies a common-sense, mathematical approach to challenge general “rules of thumb” of valuation while still using accepted methodologies, such as the discounted cash flow model. Read More

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James Montier Applies Behavioral Finance to Value Investing

Does behavioral finance offer an explanation for abnormally high corporate profits? James Montier of GMO, who will be speaking at the Annual Conference in Chicago, explores the issue in his latest white paper. Read More

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