Capital Punishment Part II

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The View | March 1996

In our December 1995 edition of The View from Burgundy, we shared with you some interesting data regarding the 728 Canadian public companies in the Stock Guide database for fiscal year-ends closest...

Doing It Right

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The View | December 1995

In previous issues of The View from Burgundy, we justifiably have tended to be hard on managements that have failed in what we consider to be arguably their primary function:...

Errors of Omission

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The View | August 1995

Readers of The View from Burgundy are perhaps aware of the importance we place on the principle that shareholders are owners of fractions of a business, rather than builders of...

The Great Investment Verities

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The View | June 1995

We never cease to be astonished at how little time and effort is spent studying the key success factors behind the small number of truly great investors – both past and...

A Sure Fire Recommendation

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The View | December 1994

Serious students of investing, and particularly those who share Burgundy’s philosophy of investing in undervalued companies with superior fundamentals, should stop worrying about what to ask for as...

Bonds - Value Investments?

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The View | August 1994

Clients, readers of The View from Burgundy and friends of this firm will know that our approach to investing is to emphasize equities. We look for equities in quality companies...

Berkshire Hathaway's '94 AGM

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The View | May 1994

Most people who are readers of The View from Burgundy are quite familiar with Warren Buffett. According to Forbes magazine, he is currently the richest man in America through his...

The Market Valuations

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The View | January 1994

Every once in a blue moon, securities markets go to extremes and currently we appear to have such a situation. Small investors are flocking to stocks, taxi drivers are talking...

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