Peter Simpson-Morgan – Aussie Lynch, Peter Lynch-Style Investing In Australia

Summary In this episode of The Acquirer’s Podcast Tobias chats with Peter Simpson-Morgan, a legendary Australian fund manager who ran Perpetual managing $13 billion dollars until he started his own firm 452 Capital. Peter provided some great insights into: Image source: YouTube Video Screenshot Q1 hedge fund letters, conference, scoops etc The Differences [...]

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Seth Klarman – Top 10 Holdings Q12019

One of the best resources for investors are the publicly available 13F-HR documents that each fund is required to submit to the SEC. These documents allow investors to track their favorite superinvestors, their fund’s current holdings, plus their new buys and sold out positions. We spend a lot of [...]

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The Small Investor Advantage – Being Able To Make One’s Own Investing Decisions

During his recent interview with Tobias legendary Australian fund manager Peter Simpson-Morgan, who ran Perpetual, discusses the small investor advantage and the importance for investors to be able to make their own investing decisions saying: Q2 hedge fund letters, conference, scoops etc Image source: YouTube Video Screenshot Tobias Carlisle: How was that [...]

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Micro-Cap Investing Is Like Quasi Private Equity Investing Which Provides Significant ‘early’ Investment Opportunities

During his recent interview with Tobias, Peter Rabover, who is the Portfolio Manager at Artko Capital LP, discusses how micro-cap investing is like quasi private equity investing and how that provides significant ‘early’ investment opportunities. Here’s an excerpt from the interview: Q1 hedge fund letters, conference, scoops etc Image source: YouTube [...]

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Daniel Kahneman: Can Investors Develop Expertise In Picking Stocks?

Here’s a great excerpt from Daniel Kahneman’s Keynote Address at the Amundi World Investment Forum – AmundiWIF19. Kahneman provides his thoughts on whether investors can develop expertise in picking stocks saying: Q2 hedge fund letters, conference, scoops etc Confidence & Expertise Can you develop expertise in picking stocks? This is very doubtful. In [...]

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Seth Klarman Protege – David Abrams – Investors Need To Use A Multi-Path Approach To Business Valuation And Analysis

We’ve just been listening to a great interview with Seth Klarman’s protégé David Abrams on the Value Investing With Legends podcast in which Abrams discusses why investors need to use a multi-path approach to business valuation and analysis. Here’s an extract from the interview: Q1 hedge fund letters, conference, scoops [...]

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George Soros – Top 10 Holdings Q12019

One of the best resources for investors are the publicly available 13F-HR documents that each fund is required to submit to the SEC. These documents allow investors to track their favorite superinvestors, their fund’s current holdings, plus their new buys and sold out positions. We spend a lot of [...]

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Mohnish Pabrai: Great Stock Selection Starts With Rejecting New Investment Opportunities For The Flimsiest Possible Reasons

Here’s a great interview with Mohnish Pabrai and The London Business School. During the interview Pabrai discusses his stock selection process, which he says starts with getting rid of new investment opportunities for the flimsiest possible reason. Here’s an excerpt from the interview: Q1 hedge fund letters, conference, scoops etc Mohnish [...]

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Phil Fisher’s Scuttlebutt Can Still Be Used To Find Great Opportunities Today

During his recent interview with Tobias, Bill Brewster, who runs Sullimar Capital Group demonstrates how Phil Fisher’s scuttlebutt can still be used to find great opportunities today. Here’s an excerpt from the interview: Q1 hedge fund letters, conference, scoops etc Image source: YouTube Video Screenshot Tobias Carlisle: Let’s talk about Ubiquiti. What’s [...]

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Wall Street’s Endangered Species

Twenty years ago in the spring of 1999, Piper Jaffray’s Daniel J. Donoghue, Michael R. Murphy and Mark Buckley*, produced a research report called Wall Street’s Endangered Species (incredibly, the link is still live 20 years later) that was hugely influential on my investment process. The thesis of the [...]

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Michael Burry: Don’t Try To Dig Your Way Out

Following is an excerpt from Michael Burry’s MSN Case Studies in which he provides some great advice for investors who are tempted to take increased risks in order to dig themselves out of a hole, saying: Q1 hedge fund letters, conference, scoops etc A key phenomenon driving the recent stock market advance [...]

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As Long As Human Beings Price Securities, There Will Always Be Investment Opportunities

During his recent interview with Tobias chats with Jim O’Shaughnessy, best selling author and Co-Chief Investment Officer at O’Shaughnessy Asset Management (OSAM), discusses why there will always be investment opportunities as long as human beings price securities. Here’s an except from the interview: Q1 hedge fund letters, conference, scoops etc Image [...]

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Mohnish Pabrai – Investors Can Take Advantage When Markets Get Confused Between Risk And Uncertainty

At his recent presentation at Trinity College in Dublin, Mohnish Pabrai explained how investors can take advantage when markets get confused between risk and uncertainty, saying: Q1 hedge fund letters, conference, scoops etc If you have a business which exhibits very high uncertainty then that business generally will get very extreme [...]

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Seth Klarman: “Value Investing Is At Its Core The Marriage Of A Contrarian Streak And A Calculator.”

We’ve just been re-reading Michael Mauboussin’s book – The Success Equation. There’s a great passage in the book with discusses investor psychology, and some of the findings of Daniel Kahneman and Amos Tversky. There’s also an great explanation of one of Seth Klarman’s most famous investing quotes: Q1 hedge fund [...]

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