Category: How to invest with a quality-value outlook
Greg Dowdall

FeaturedDeconstructing Quality, Part II

  Part I of the series looked at how Burgundy assesses the quality of a business via three elements – business characteristics, financial attributes and management – and examined the specific business characteristics that help to define a quality business. … Read More →

Hayley Carr

The Capacity to Endure Pain

  If you have seen The Big Short, the 2015 film adaptation of Michael Lewis’ book of the same name, you will remember the scene in which Michael Burry (played by Christian Bale) takes out his frustrations on his drum … Read More →

Greg Dowdall

Deconstructing Quality, Part I

  If you are at all familiar with Burgundy, likely you have heard time and again that we invest in “quality” companies when the share prices of those companies are trading below their “intrinsic values” (that is, what we believe … Read More →

Roz McLean

Political Instability is Not the Same as Financial Instability

  It can be difficult to discern between political and financial instability. Global capital markets often mirror tempestuous political campaigns, eliciting financial anxiety that might not have otherwise existed.   To illustrate an example of this behaviour, let’s reach back … Read More →