The new issue features Arnold Van Den Berg and Jim Brilliant of Century Management, Philippe Jabre of Jabre Capital, Eric Rosenfeld of Crescendo Partners, and CBS Alum H. Kevin Byun of Denali Investors. This issue also covers the 17th Annual CSIMA Conference and includes ideas from the 2014 Pershing Square Challenge.
Congratulations to the 2013 – 2014 second-year graduating editors Chris Brigham, Jackson Thies and Jason Yang on an outstanding job.
Keep up the great work CBS!
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A FEW weeks ago, Columbia Business School held its 15th Annual Graham & Dodd Breakfast. The guest speaker was Jean-Marie Eveillard, a successful (and now retired) mutual fund manager, who used to beat the market regularly by adhering to the ”value investing” principles first articulated by the great investor Benjamin Graham and his co-author, the Columbia professor David L. Dodd, in their 1934 classic, ”Security Analysis.”
“The more things change, the more they stay the same way.”
Still, the Columbia program — and value investing in general — feels a little like a cult. Despite the obvious success of people like Mr. Buffett and Mr. Gabelli — and the studies that seem to bear out that success as something more than luck — it is not yet fully accepted by either mainstream Wall Street or mainstream academia. In his remarks at the breakfast, Mr. Eveillard said he thought that maybe 5 percent of professional money managers are true value investors.
The new issue features Li Lu of Himalaya Capital, Preston Athey of T. Rowe Price, and Paul Isaac of Arbiter Partners. In addition, this issue is packed with stock pitches from Columbia Business School MBA students, including ideas from the Pershing Square Challenge and the annual Moon Lee Prize.
Congratulations to the 2012 – 2013 second-year graduating editors Jay Hedstrom (CBS ’13), Jake Lubel (CBS ’13), and Sachee Trivedi (CBS ’13) on an outstanding job. We also want to wish Richard Hunt (CBS ’14) and Stephen Lieu (CBS ’14) good luck as they assume the role of CSIMA Co-Presidents.
Keep up the great work CBS!
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See the Pershing Square Challenge winning pitch on Hertz here.
The 8th Annual Spring Value Investing Congress will be held May 6 & 7, 2013 at the Wynn Hotel in Las Vegas.
If you haven’t registered, Whitney and John have decided to reinstate the Early Bird Discount for 24 hours ONLY. This is an extraordinary offer – $1,400 LESS than what others will pay later to attend the Congress – so I hope you’ll take advantage of it before it disappears!
The Las Vegas Value Investing Congress will have more speakers than ever before, in a powerful new format. You’ll gain a huge amount of practical investing wisdom and leave with many actionable investment ideas. The lineup for this spring’s congress includes First Pacific Advisors’ Steven Romick, D3 Family Funds’ David Nierenberg, Centaur Capital’s Zeke Ashton, Rational’s Guy Gottfried, Robotti & Company’s Isaac Schwartz and Mittleman Brothers’ Chris Mittleman, just to name a few.
The students of Columbia Business School have released the 17th issue of Graham and Doddsville.
The Winter 2013 issue of Graham and Doddsville features Barry Rosenstein and Scott Ostfeld of Jana Partners, Frank Martin of Martin Capital, Russell Glass of RDG Capital, Daniel Krueger of Owl Creek Asset Management and Adjunct Professor at Columbia Business School and Jon Friedland of Amici Capital (formerly named Porter Orlin).
More great work from Columbia Business School! As I say each time, keep up the great work CBS!!!
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Most of the time common stocks are subject to irrational and excessive price fluctuations in both directions as the consequence of the ingrained tendency of most people to speculate or gamble… to give way to hope, fear and greed. — Benjamin Graham