racemize Posted October 30, 2017 Share Posted October 30, 2017 I've just wrapped up my latest essay, which I think will be of particular interest to this forum. It revolves around how performance is reported and proposes a different statistical method. I then used the method on 19 famous value investors: Warren Buffett (1957-1969), Walter Schloss (1956-2002), Charlie Munger (1962-1975), Tweedy Browne Partnership (1958-1983), Sequoia Fund (1970-Current), Davis Venture Fund (1970-Current), Tom Russo (1984-Current), Francis Chou (1984-Current), Longleaf Partners (1988-Current), Bill Nygren (1992-Current), Chuck Akre (1993-Current), Yactkman Fund (1993-Current), Francis Rochon (1993-Current), Tweedy Browne Value Fund (1994-Current), Guy Spier (1997-Current), Mohnish Pabrai (2000-Current), Bruce Berkowitz (2000-Current), Arlington Value Capital (2000-Current), and Austin Value Capital (our record) (2010-Current). It has definitely shaped my opinion about which investors I want to follow in the future. https://drive.google.com/file/d/0BxTPR9eP5nWeNTJWOF9lUm1uOFU/view?usp=sharing Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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