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Video Lecture by Tim McElvaine Of McElvaine Investment Management

Tim McElvaine is the founder and President of McElvaine Investment Management Ltd. Tim established The McElvaine Investment Trust in 1996 and acquired The McElvaine Limited Partnership (previously Cundill Capital Limited Partnership) in the summer of 2000. Tim developed his value-oriented … Continue reading

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Great investor Peter Cundhill passed away

Last week, the value investing world lost another great. Canadian investor, Peter Cundhill, passed away on January 24, 2011 at the age of 72. Mr. Cundhill lectured at the Richard Ivey School in 2005. Watch the video here. Learn more … Continue reading

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McElvaine Investment Management’s phiolosophy

I came across McElvaine Investment Management via another blog. Tim McElvaine is the founder and President of McElvaine Investment Management Ltd. Tim developed his value-oriented philosophy during his 12-year career with Peter Cundill & Associates Ltd. Peter Cundill, I have … Continue reading

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The story of Francis Chou – extremely motivating

I can bet that most of you would not have heard of Francis Chou. He is one of the most successful fund managers in Canada. I recently saw a series of video talks on the website of the Richard Ivey … Continue reading

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ABC Funds’ Ten Commandments of Value Investing

Irwin Michael, CFA manages ABC funds in Canada. They have an excellent website with good material. Read their value investing style and more on their website (http://valueinvestigator.com/en/). Their ten commandments are as below. I heard him talk to the students … Continue reading

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