Seth Klarman: Why Value Investors Are DifferentRupert Hargreaves
"The most dramatic and valuable lesson from the fabulous (and still counting) 50-plus-year investment career of Warren Buffett is the legendary account of his steadfast conviction amidst the 1973--75 bear market," Seth Klarman opined in the opening paragraph of an article published in the February 15, 1999 issue of financial magazine Barron's.
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