Category: Quality-value investing explained
Nick Whiteman

Play Within Your Circle of Competence

  Earlier this year, the top athletes in the world put their physical skills on display at the Rio Olympics, and now it’s the intellectuals’ moment in the spotlight. The World Chess Championship Match 2016 pits reigning champion Magnus Carlsen … Read More →

Richard Rooney

The Quality-value Tug of War

  By most accounts, the last few years have been a very tough time for deep-value investors. Persistent slow world economic growth and prevailing uncertainties about fundamental macroeconomic issues like the strength of the world financial system, the ability of … Read More →

Jeff Musial

Boots on the Ground

    Travel plays an essential role in Burgundy’s bottom-up investment research process. Our portfolio managers and analysts regularly travel to find new investment ideas, conduct due diligence on portfolio holdings and build expertise on the geographies where our investments … Read More →

Richard Rooney

The Chief Hazard to Investors

  “The risk of paying too high a price for good-quality stocks – while a real one – is not the chief hazard confronting the average buyer of securities. Observation over many years has taught us that the chief losses … Read More →