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The Value Investors

Lessons from the World's Top Fund Managers

Chan, Ronald


2. Auflage April 2021
352 Seiten, Hardcover

ISBN: 978-1-119-61706-8
John Wiley & Sons

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The latest edition of the popular collection of in-depth portraits of extraordinary value investors, featuring new profiles and updates

The second edition of The Value Investors presents a collection of investing legend profiles from around the world. Chapters explore the investors' backgrounds, cultures, and personal stories, and reveal how life experiences have shaped their investment strategies and mindsets. This fascinating book shows you that value investing is a dynamic, constantly-changing strategy which, when properly implemented, can provide significant, sustainable benefits. Although the investors profiled come from a diverse range of geographic regions and socio-economic, cultural, and educational backgrounds, they share similar personality traits, temperaments, and investment philosophes.

Thoroughly revised and expanded, the book provides relevant updates on the professional and personal experiences of the investors since the first edition's publication. Complementing the original profiles are several new chapters featuring established value investors including Howard Marks, as well as rising personalities and fund managers such as Álvaro Guzmán de Lázaro and Fernando Bernad Marrase. Author Ronald Chan, founder of Hong Kong-based investment management Chartwell Capital Limited, highlights how and why the value investors have consistently beaten the stock market through the years. This book:
* Covers multiple generations, geographies, and value investing styles
* Presents updated profiles of notable value investors such as Walter Schloss, Irving Kahn and Thomas Kahn, Jean-Marie Eveillard, Mark Mobius, and Teng Ngiek Lian
* Profiles international fund and asset managers from the North America, Europe and Asia
* Includes a chapter on the making of a successful value investor

The Value Investors: Lessons from the World's Top Fund Managers, 2nd Edition is a must-read for investors looking to diversify their portfolios across different asset classes or geographic areas, finance professionals and students, and general readers with interest in value investing.

Foreword xiii

Preface xv

Chapter 1 Master of the Market Cycle 1
Howard Marks, Oaktree Capital Management

From Equity to Credit 6

A Priority on Avoiding Losses 10

The Pendulum Swing 14

The Negative Art of Investing 17

Nobody Knows 20

Chapter 2 Free to Choose in Value Land 24
Walter Schloss, Walter & Edwin Schloss Associates

Living through the Great Depression 28

The Meaning of Survival 31

Net-Nets 32

Setting the Right Pace 36

Know Thyself 39

Chapter 3 Once Upon a Time on Wall Street 42
Irving Kahn, Kahn Brothers Group

Becoming Graham's Disciple 48

Preaching Value 51

A Centenarian Diet 56

Chapter 4 The Making of a Contrarian 59
Thomas Kahn, Kahn Brothers Group

A Modified Graham Approach 64

The Case for Obscure Securities 69

Market Reflection 72

Chapter 5 On the Shoulders of Value Giants 75
William Browne, Tweedy, Browne Company

A Valuable Detour 81

Statistics and Beyond 82

Setting a Global Standard 85

The Social Science of Investing 88

The Market Ahead 91

Chapter 6 A Journey to the Center of Value 94
Jean-Marie Eveillard, First Eagle Funds

Valley of Tears 99

The Inefficient Market 101

The Meaning of Value 105

The Courage to Say No 108

Seeking Protection 110

Chapter 7 The Self-Taught Value Spaniard 114
Francisco García Paramés, Cobas Asset Management

On a Solo Value Hunt 119

Investing Made Simple 122

Austrian Economics and the Market 125

A Global Rebalancing 129

Chapter 8 The Law of Value Attraction 133
Álvaro Guzmán de Lázaro and Fernando Bernad Marrase, AzValor Asset Management

A Value Cross-Path 137

A Value Reunion 141

The Art of Concentration 144

The A to Z of Value 148

Chapter 9 The Odyssey of a Value Broker 151
Philip Best, Quaero Capital S.A.

Establishing the Best Contacts 157

Acquiring the Best Techniques 162

Investing Off the Beaten Path 164

A Sustainable Investment Platform 168

Chapter 10 The Income-Conscious Englishman 173
Anthony Nutt, Jupiter Asset Management

A Victorian Mindset 178

Finding the Right Investment Culture 181

Trusting Only Tangible Income 184

The Courage to Keep Going 188

Chapter 11 The Frequent Value Traveler 190
Mark Mobius, Mobius Capital Partners

Reading between the Minds 195

Thinking Big and Small 197

Trouble is Opportunity 200

Feeling the Market 205

Chapter 12 The Value-Oriented Businessman 208
Teng Ngiek Lian, Target Asset Management

Learning the Numbers 211

The Art of Contrary Thinking 214

Targeting Good Businesses in Asia 217

The Relativity of Valuation 219

A Value Lifestyle 222

Chapter 13 Value Investing in the Lost Decade 225
Shuhei Abe, SPARX Group

A Musical Beginning 230

Breaking the Language Barrier 232

Learning from the West 232

The Evolution of SPARX 235

Building a Westernized Asia 238

Searching for Value 239

Chapter 14 Eternal Sunshine of the Value Mind 243
V-Nee Yeh, Value Partners Group

A Multidisciplinary Path 246

Seeking a Comfortable Price 250

Finding a Value Partner 251

Spotting Value Minds 255

Becoming a Man of Value 257

Chapter 15 The Formless Value Deal Maker 260
Kin Chan, Argyle Street Management Ltd.

Navigating in the Slum 266

Specializing in Distressed Investing 269

An Atypical Investment Structure 271

The Rise of the "Can't Do" Spirit 276

Chapter 16 The Accidental Value Investor 279
Cheah Cheng Hye, Value Partners Group

Starting an Investment Hobby Shop 286

Building a Value Temple 288

An Industrialized Process 291

A Value March Forward 295

Chapter 17 The Making of a Value Investor 298

Investment Stewardship 301

Intellectual Humility 303

Developing Your Own Rhythm 306

Be Unconventional 308

The Balance Between Diversification and Concentration 309

Temperament is Above All 311

Acknowledgments 313

About the Author 316

Index 317
RONALD W. CHAN is Chief Investment Officer of Chartwell Capital Limited, an investment management company based in Hong Kong. He is a frequent contributor to financial newspapers and magazines in the Asia-Pacific region, and is the author of Behind the Berkshire Hathaway Curtain: Lessons from Warren Buffett's Top Business Leaders. He holds Bachelor of Science degrees in Finance and Accounting from the Stern School of Business at New York University.

R. Chan, New York University