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How Seth Klarman Looks For Bargains

How Seth Klarman Looks For Bargains

The following is a summary of Seth Klarman’s investing process as detailed in an interview with Barron’s 4 November 1991.

Seth Klarman is always on the look out for traditional value investments; he likes to buy a dollar for $.40, following in Benjamin Graham’s footsteps. This strategy is relatively straightforward, but it's finding the ideas that's the hard part.


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