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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!
Check out the latest issue of Graham and Doddsvillehere.
See the Pershing Square Challenge winning pitch on Hertz here.
The Value Investing Congress has allowed us to offer our readers a special 50% off discount on registrations for the 9th Annual NY Congress taking place at Jazz at Lincoln Center in September. This offer expires tonight – Tuesday, May 7, 2013.
The 9th Annual New York Value Investing Congress
Jazz at Lincoln Center’s Frederick P. Rose Hall, New York, NY
September 15 – 17, 2013
Regular Price: $4,695
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Confirmed speakers include:
Mick McGuire, Marcato Capital Management
Alexander Roepers, Atlantic Investment Management
Rahul Saraogi, Atyant Capital (India)
Carl Chen, Temple Honor Asia (Taiwan)
Evan Vanderveer, Vanshap Capital
David Shapiro, Vanshap Capital
With many more to come of course!
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This is your absolute last chance to register for the Spring Value Investing Congress in Las Vegas at the special discounted rate for Graham and Doddsville readers. On Friday, the $700 discount expires.
The Vegas Congress is THE place to learn about value investing from the world’s most successful value investors. The Congress is also one of the best places to network with top investing professionals from AROUND THE WORLD.
This year’s speakers include all-star value investors such as Steven Romick (First Pacific Advisors), David Nierenberg (D3 Family Funds), David Hurwitz (SC Fundamental), Phillip Goldstein (Bulldog Investors) and Mark Boyar (Boyar Value Group). Also featured is lineup of Rising Stars – money managers who have consistently soared above the market, while still flying below the radar. The list of Rising Stars includes Guy Gottfried (Rational Investment Group), Marcelo Lima (Heller House), Isaac Schwartz (Robotti & Company Advisors) and Ori Eyal (Emerging Value Capital) and many more. (For a full speaker list, click here.)
The Global Value segment will feature GLOBAL INVESTING IDEAS, including presentations on countries like Iraq and Mongolia. These “frontier markets” boast tremendous value potential.
I often have readers e-mail me to ask how they can find places to network with other value investors. The Value Investing Congress provides the perfect venue to network with hundreds of like-minded value investors.
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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