Bruce Berkowitz Says I’m Investing In That Which Is Hated Or Deemed To Fail And That’s Where I Like To Be

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Here’s a great interview on Bloomberg with Bruce Berkowitz. In terms of being a contrarian Berkowitz says, “The markets are not cheap, the markets are being driven by a handful of companies. As usual I’m investing in that which is hated or deemed to fail and that’s where I like to be.” On his investing strategy he says, “I’ve always … Read More

Bruce Berkowitz – ETF’s Occasionally Swing To Illogical Extremes – We Prefer Unpopular, Underpriced, and Underweighted

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Bruce Berkowitz recently released The Fairholme Funds 2016 Annual Report in which he discusses the current trend towards ETF investing and he provides the following warning for investors: Exchange-traded index funds (“ETFs”) are all the rage these days for their straightforward, low-cost replication of broad indexes. While it is a good idea to efficiently go long America, ETFs occasionally swing … Read More

Bruce Berkowitz – There’s Light At The End Of The Tunnel

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One of our favorite investors here at The Acquirer’s Multiple – Stock Screener is Bruce Berkowitz. Berkowitz is the Founder and Chief Investment Officer of Fairholme Capital Management, and President and a Director of Fairholme Funds, Inc. In 2010, Berkowitz was named as the 2009 Domestic-Stock Fund Manager of the Year by Morningstar as well as the Domestic-Stock Fund Manager of the … Read More

How To Pick Good Stocks By Trying To Kill The Business (Strategy) – Bruce Berkowitz

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(Image Credit, institutionalinvestor.com) One investor I like to follow closely, is Bruce Berkowitz. Berkowitz is the Founder and Chief Investment Officer of Fairholme Capital Management, and President and a Director of Fairholme Funds, Inc. In 2010, Berkowitz was named as the 2009 Domestic-Stock Fund Manager of the Year by Morningstar as well as the Domestic-Stock Fund Manager of the Decade (2000-2009), … Read More