Jim Chanos And David Tepper Resource Pages Updated 

Sign up for our free newsletter As promised recently we are updating/cleaning the investor resource pages on a regular basis. Last week we updated the pages of Edward Lampert and Bill Ackman, and this week we have finished the pages for David Tepper and Jim Chanos. We do not post all the investor updates on Twitter, Facebook etc. The best way to find [...]

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Bill Ackman And Edward Lampert Resource Pages Updated

As promised recently (and again twice and again and again – were on a role!) we are updating/cleaning etc the investor resource pages on a regular basis. This week, as well as Francis Chou, we've updated the pages of Edward Lampert and Bill Ackman We do not post all the investor updates on Twitter, Facebook etc. The best way to find [...]

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Francis Chou Resource Page Updated

As promised recently (and again twice and again and again – were on a role!) we are updating/cleaning etc the investor resource pages on a regular basis. This week, we've cleaned up and updated the Francis Chou Resource Page. We do not post all the investor updates on Twitter, Facebook etc. The best way to find new/updated etc profile pages,  without [...]

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Should You Look For Value In Cash Flows?

Most deep-value investors look at the balance sheet and P/E multiples when they are hunting for bargains, a strategy taught by the godfather of value investing, Benjamin Graham. However, what strategies like these fail to take into account is cash flow. Glen Greenberg and Donald Yacktman are two respected value [...]

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Peter Cundill – Part Four: What To Look For

This is part four of a mini-series on Peter Cundill, legendary Canadian value investor and manager of Cundill Value Fund. To ensure you do not miss the rest of the series sign up for our free newsletter. Also check out a great book on Peter Cundill by long-time colleague, [...]

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Stock Splits Boost Short-Term Performance

Are stock splits good, or bad for investors? Typically, most studies that look into the effect of stock splits, work around the thesis that the majority of companies have a ‘trading range’ for their stock, a price range within with they believe will attract the most shareholders. When the price [...]

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Peter Cundill – Part Two: When to Sell

This is part two of a multi-part mini-series on Peter Cundill, legendary Canadian value investor and manager of Cundill Value Fund. To ensure you do not miss the rest of the series sign up for our free newsletter. Also check out a great book on Cundill by long-time colleague, [...]

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Letters From The Graham – Newman Partnership

Like most value investors Benjamin Graham’s books, The Intelligent Investor and Security Analysis, were a cornerstone of my value education. For this reason, I’ll always have a keen interest in anything Graham played a part in creating, including his investment partnerships. Like Buffett, Graham ran his own value orientated investment [...]

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Seth Klarman – Part ten: Portfolio Management

This is the final part of a ten part series on Seth Klarman, value investor and manager of Boston-based Baupost Group. Parts one through nine can be found at the respective links below. Part one: Lessons For Retail And Institutional Investors Part two: Value Investing in a Turbulent Environment [1997-2001] Part three: [...]

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Peter Cundill – Part one: Introduction

This is the first part of a multi-part mini-series on Peter Cundill, legendary Canadian value investor and manager of Cundill Value Fund. To ensure you do not miss the rest of the series sign up for our free newsletter. Also check out a great book on Cundill by long-time [...]

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Seth Klarman: The Margin of Safety – Part Eight

This is part eight of a multi-part series on Seth Klarman, value investor and manager of Boston-based Baupost Group. Parts one through seven can be found at the respective links below. To ensure you do not miss the rest of the series sign up for our free newsletter. Part one Part [...]

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Seth Klarman: The Patient Investor

This is part four of a multi-part series on Seth Klarman, value investor and manager of Boston-based Baupost Group. Parts one, two and three can be found at the respective links below. To ensure you do not miss the rest of the series sign up for our free newsletter. Part one Part two [...]

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Ruby Tuesday, Inc. (RT); Further To Go?

Since first highlighting the Ruby Tuesday, Inc. (NYSE:RT) opportunity last year, on October 17, the company’s shares have risen 27.3%, compared to the S&P 500’s gain of 19.7% over the same period. This gain has been driven by several catalysts and there could be further upside. Ruby Tuesday's impressive first quarter The [...]

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