Quote Alpha2017-09-13T16:53:49-07:00

Daniel Bubis

We gravitate toward larger, diversified companies where the inefficient pricing comes from an excessive focus on short-term issues that we expect to mean-revert. If we’re wrong, in a big company our downside risk is limited because there are other parts of the business that can hold up value or even increase overall value if we bought cheaply enough. In my experience, if we’re wrong with a smaller company focused on one product or one geography, there’s too much risk it’s going to zero.

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