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I'm building a tool to track the current and historical holdings of famous value investors/funds. Does anyone know the CIK of the following, and also any other investors that they would like to see on the list?

 

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Arnold Van Den Berg

Bill Nasgovitz

Bill Nygren

Charles Bobrinskoy

Christopher Davis

David Abrams

David Katz

Dodge & Cox Team

Mairs & Power

Mark Hillman

Meridian Funds

Nelson Peltz

Robert Robotti

Robert Rodriguez

Robert Zagunis

Steven Romick

Tom Russo

 

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Alan Fournier

Alex Roepers

Allan Mecham

Bill Ackman

Bill Miller

Boone Pickens

Boykin Curry

Brian Bares

Bruce Berkowitz

Carl Icahn

Charles Coleman

Charles de Vaulx

Charlie Munger

Chris Hohn

Chuck Akre

Clifton Robbins

Daniel Loeb

David Einhorn

David Poppe

David Rolfe

David Tepper

David Winters

Donald Yacktman

Ed Gilhuly & Scott Stuart

Ed Wachenheim

Eddie Lampert

Francis Chou

Glenn Furhman & John Phelan

Glenn Greenberg

Guy Spier

Harry Burn

Hassan Elmasry

Howard Marks

Ian Cumming & Joe Steinberg

Jake Rosser

James Crichton

Jean Marie Eveillard

Jeffrey Gates

Jeffrey Ubben

John Griffin

John Lewis

John Paulson

John Rogers

Johnathan Auerbach

Kahn Brothers Advisors

Larry Robbins

Lee Ainslie

Leon Cooperman

Lisa Rapuano

Llyod Miller III

Lou Simpson

Mark Rachesky

Mason Hawkins

Meryl Witmer

Michael Larson

Mick McGuire

Mohnish Pabrai

Paul O'Leary

Paul Orfaela & Lance Helfert

Prem Watsa

Rehan Jaffer & Usman Nabi

Richard Breeden

Richard Pzena

Robert Jaffe

Robert Karr

Robert Olstein

Robert Torray

Ronald Muhlenkamp

Sam Peters

Sandy Nairn

Scott Miller

Seth Klarman

Stephen Clearman & Tushar Shah

Stephen Mandel

Steve Tanabaum

Thornburg Investment Management

Toby Symonds

Tom Brown

Tom Gayner

Tweedy Browne Co.

Wallace Weitz

Warren Buffett

Wilbur Ross

Will Edwards

William Von Mueffling

Zeke Ashton

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Christopher Davis:

Davis Selected Advisors:  0001036325

Davis NY Venture Fund: : 0000071701

Clipper:  0000736978

 

Mairs & Power:  0001070134

 

Abrams Capital management: 0001358706

 

Nelson Peltz / Trian Fund Management:  0001345471

 

Bill Nasgovitz / Heartland Select Value: 0000809586

 

David Katz / Matrix: 0000720498

 

Tom Russo / Gardner Russo & Gardner: 0000860643

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Christopher Davis:

Davis Selected Advisors:  0001036325

Davis NY Venture Fund: : 0000071701

Clipper:  0000736978

 

Mairs & Power:  0001070134

 

Abrams Capital management: 0001358706

 

Nelson Peltz / Trian Fund Management:  0001345471

 

Bill Nasgovitz / Heartland Select Value: 0000809586

 

David Katz / Matrix: 0000720498

 

Tom Russo / Gardner Russo & Gardner: 0000860643

 

Much appreciated. Anyone else not on my list you think is worth adding?

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Interesting investor, but I believe his fund is too small to be followed by this method.  As far as I know he is not required to file quarterly reports of his holdings, so he is only forced to disclose 5%+ positions.  I believe he has raised less than $30 million, although AUM is probably quite a bit higher given the impressive performance record.

 

Adam Wyden from ADW Capital seems to have a very good track record, so he could be worth following as well.

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Interesting investor, but I believe his fund is too small to be followed by this method.  As far as I know he is not required to file quarterly reports of his holdings, so he is only forced to disclose 5%+ positions.  I believe he has raised less than $30 million, although AUM is probably quite a bit higher given the impressive performance record.

 

Adam Wyden from ADW Capital seems to have a very good track record, so he could be worth following as well.

 

There's a number of smaller investors that are great, but harder to follow them since they're not required to file 13Fs. Is there a way to follow their investments other than reading their quarterly/annual shareholder letters?

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