Category: Quality-value investing explained
Hayley Carr

The Most Anticipated Event of the Weekend

  For the first time ever, the Berkshire Hathaway Annual General Meeting will be live streamed for public viewing.   What: The Berkshire Annual General Meeting is an opportunity to hear directly from Warren Buffett, Chairman/CEO, and his business partner … Read More →

Evan Delaney

Hope in Adversity & Caution in Prosperity

Quality-value investors are hopeful in the face of adversity and cautious in times of prosperity. We look to buy high-quality securities that have been unjustly beaten down by the market due to some short-term affliction, with conviction that the value … Read More →

Joe Rooney

Top-Down vs. Bottom-Up

There are two common categories of investors: “top-down” and “bottom–up.” These terms refer to an investor’s starting point when approaching a potential investment. Top-down investors begin by evaluating the macroeconomic environment, while bottom-up investors start by researching individual companies. The … Read More →

Robyn Ross

A Day in the Life

Burgundy is hosting a series of presentations for my colleagues called, “A Day in the Life.” The purpose of these seminars is to open the lines of communication, educate, and demonstrate the value of the roles that we have at … Read More →