Sequoia Fund 1980: Seeking Good Businesses At Cheap Prices [Pt.3] – ValueWalk Premium
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Sequoia Fund 1980: Seeking Good Businesses At Cheap Prices [Pt.3]

Bill Ruane and Richard Cunniff set up the Sequoia Fund in the early 1970s to manage the money of Warren Buffett's former partners, who had been left without an investment manager after Buffett decided to retire from the money management business at the end of the 1960s.

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