Hunting For Bargain Stocks, Special Situations In Low Risk South KoreaVW Staff
By Jon Clements
Chan Lee and Albert Yong, who run South Korea-focused, value oriented Petra Capital Management, have negotiated the stagnation in the Korean stock markets with a simple strategy – finding mis-priced value.
Since inception five years ago, Petra has generated net annualized returns of 20.0% compared to just 4.6% for Korea’s Kospi index.
Nevertheless, in a recent article in Value Investor Insight, which calls them “bargain-hunting country experts,” Lee and . . .
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