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July 20, 2021 18 min

This week we had the pleasure of being joined by Alex Morris, who is the founder and author of The Science of Hitting investment research service, which is published on Substack.

Alex spends his days searching for high-quality businesses that are misunderstood or underappreciated, providing the opportunity for better than average returns over the long run.

In this episode Alex discusses his investment style, research process, and his...

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This week we had the pleasure of being joined by Siddharth Singhai, Chief Investment Officer and Co- founder of Ironhold Capital who are based in Manhattan, New York.

Ironhold Capital invest in just a handful of high quality businesses, and then hold for the long term.?

In this episode Siddharth discusses his process for finding high quality companies, as well as two stocks he's bullish on for the long term.?

He also provides his ...

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This week we had the pleasure of being joined by Alex Game and Fraser Mackersie, managers of the Unicorn UK Growth Fund.

They have achieved fantastic returns by investing in some of the best growth businesses listed in London.

In this episode Alex and Fraser talks us through their investment style, strategy, and current views on the UK market.

They also discuss their thesis for investing in two high quality asset light compounders the...

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Joining us in conversation for this episode was Marcus Frampton, who is the CIO of the Alaska Permanent Fund.

Marcus is also the author of The Micro Cap and OTC Stock Letter, a monthly newsletter which strives to uncover value in the underfollowed corners of the North American markets. He does this with an adventuresome and audacious spirit inspired by the mariners of yesteryear. Land Ahoy!

For this episode we discuss Marcus's ...

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June 23, 2021 17 min

Joining us in conversation for this episode was Maynard Paton.

Maynard has been investing in shares for over 25 years and is a full-time investor, researcher and blogger.

He is a well known and respected investor within the UK small cap sphere. He runs a concentrated portfolio with currently just 11 stocks.

In this episode Maynard talks about his RAMP (Respectability at a Modest Price) investment style.

He also talks through his thes...

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Joining us in conversation for this episode was Benj Gallander from the popular Contra The Heard newsletter.

Benj is widely considered to be Canada’s top authority on contrarian investing. His 20-year annualized return is just over 18%. He is also the author of many best selling investment books.

In this episode Benj talks about his contrarian investment style. He also talks through his thesis for investing in two turnaround stocks t...

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Joining us in conversation for this episode was Gary Mishuris from Silver Ring Value Partners.

Silver Ring Value Partners utilizes a concentrated intrinsic value approach in seeking to safely compound capital over the long term.

In this episode Gary talks about his investment style and process. He also covers two stocks in his portfolio he's bullish on for the long term - one large cap listed in the US, and one small cap listed i...

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For this episode we welcome back to the podcast the 21st century 'Yorkshire' version of Ben Graham.

Yes that's right...  David J Flood, private investor and writer of the Elementary Value blog. 

If you listened to episode 7 you will know that David likes to invest in net-nets, nano caps, AIM/OTC/Dark stocks, and special situations.

In this episode David gives a quick overview of the latest developments with Mycelx Techno...

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Joining us in conversation for this episode was Richard de Lisle from De Lisle Partners.

Richard has over 40 years of experience in the US equity market, running the private investment fund the Emmanuel College Endowment Fund since 1996, and the more recent VT De Lisle America Fund which is open to the public.

Both funds are invested in US equities with a small cap bias.

In this episode Richard talks about his investment style, and c...

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Joining us in conversation for this episode was investor, and entrepreneur, Jonah Lupton.

Jonah invests in disruptive and innovative high-growth companies with market caps under $10 billion.

In this episode Jonah walks us through his thesis for investing in two companies he feels have huge growth opportunities, and could be potential 10x multi-baggers.

Keep listening until the end where Jonah shares his thoughts on the world wide shor...

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Joining us in conversation for this episode was Shree Viswanathan, who is the founder of SVN Capital.

With a long-term investment horizon, SVN Capital constructs a concentrated, global value equity portfolio designed to achieve capital appreciation by minimizing risk and avoiding permanent loss of capital.

In this episode Shree provides an overview of his investment process and style. Shree currently has just 11 stocks in his portfo...

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Joining us in conversation for this episode was Michael Crawford from Chawton Global Investors. Michael has over 23 years of investment management experience.

In this episode Michael provides an overview of the TB Chawton Global Equity Income Fund.

He also walks us through his thesis for investing in two companies which he thinks can keep on compounding away for many years to come.

Chawton Global Investors is an independent boutique ...

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Joining us in conversation for this episode was Michael Fritzel, also known as Fritz, from Asian Century Stocks.

Fritz provides a brief overview of Asian Century Stocks, and what countries and businesses he likes to focus on.

He then talks about two companies which he is bullish on - the largest operator of movie theatres in Thailand, and a chocolate manufacturer in Indonesia which is listed on the Singapore stock exchange.

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Joining us in this episode was Barry Norris from Argonaut Capital.

Barry founded Argonaut in 2005, and manages the VT Argonaut Absolute Return Fund using his “earnings surprise” investment process.

Barry began managing money in 2002 at Neptune, having begun his career at Baillie Gifford. He was educated at Cambridge University and has an MA in History, and an MPhil in International Relations. He also holds the CFA charter.

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Joining us in this episode was Adam Wilk from Greystone Capital Management.

Adam takes concentrated positions in small companies that are generally under-followed, misunderstood, and can be too small for large funds or passive investment vehicles to own, therefore creating the potential for mispricing’s. His returns over the past few years have been fantastic.
 
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Joining us for this episode was Gary Moglione, Fund Manager of Momentum Multi-Asset Value Trust Plc.

Momentum Multi-Asset Value Trust Plc is listed on the London Stock Exchange with the ticker MAVT. The trust invests in UK and overseas equities, fixed income securities, and specialist assets.

In this episode Gary talks about how the trust has been constructed for both growth in capital and income. He also talks through the thesis for...

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Joining us for this episode was Mark Walker from Tollymore Investment Partners. 

Mark manages a concentrated portfolio of only 12-15 positions.

Since launching the fund in 2016, until the end of 2020, Tollymore has generated a return of 28% per annum net of all fees and expenses. 

In this episode Mark talks about his investment style and philosophy, as well as two companies he thinks have great long term potential. 

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Joining us for this episode is Steve Clapham from Behind The Balance Sheet.

Following a 25-year career as an investment analyst, Steve decided to put that experience to good use and train the next generation of investment analysts, private investors, and portfolio managers.

He is also the author of the popular book 'The Smart Money Method: How to pick stocks like a hedge fund pro' - which we recommend all listeners read.

For t...

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Joining us for this episode was Theron de Ris, Founder and Managing Partner of Eschler Asset Management.

Eschler takes a business-like approach to investment, deploying long-term capital into a small number of well-researched ideas.

In this episode Theron gives an overview of his investment style, and his thesis for investing in two companies, one in the mineral royalty space, and the other a value orientated asset management firm.

Ke...

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Joining us for this episode was Ben Claremon from Cove Street Capital. 

Cove Street Capital offers concentrated, small cap value investment strategies that capitalize on inefficiencies in public markets.

In this episode Ben gives a breakdown the his investment process, and the thesis for investing in two tech stocks he thinks have great upside potential.


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