Effective companies are about people working well together, says Hugo Young, manager of the Aberdeen Global Asia Pacific Equity Fund.
James Robert Keene invested using a combination of fundamental analysis, attempting to gauge market sentiment and going with his gut instinct
Nygren is a value investor who looks for companies that he thinks are trading below what he considers to be their intrinsic value.
Harry Nimmo focuses on smaller companies, using a bag of valuation tools, called “the Matrix”.
Michael Burry’s ambitious bet against the American mortgage market earned him personal profits of $100m.
Carl Stick considers himself a value investor, buying great companies at good prices. It’s worked for him so far…
Jim Chanos analyses the balance sheets of companies in an attempt to spot signs of potential fraud.
Jerome Kohlberg Jr started out focusing on “bootstrap” deals, whereby he’d set up a shell company to buy a firm from a retiring owner.
Susie Rippingall’s strategy was to look for small and undervalued companies in Asia in which to invest.
A focus on long-term compounding became the core of Thomas Russo’s investment strategy.
Mark Mobius was a value investor, although he looked for relative value in the businesses he invested in.