Tweedy Browne – Unlike A Fruit Fly We Are All Blessed With The Ability To Take A Longer Term Perspective

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One of the best resources available to value investors are the shareholder letters from Tweedy Browne. Tweedy Browne is one of the longest serving value investing firms in the United States and was founded in 1920 by Forrest Berwind “Bill” Tweedy. When Bill Tweedy founded his firm, he concentrated in a niche market on Wall Street where he would have … Read More

Tweedy, Browne Co. – Passive Strategies Are Cyclical – Leading To A Comeuppance For Index Funds

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One of the best resources for value investors are the newsletters at Value Investor Insight (VII), they’re full of great interviews with value investing gurus. VII recently interviewed the team at Tweedy, Browne Co. about their value investing strategy, how to find potential opportunities, and their thoughts on the impact of passive investment strategies and algorithmic trading today. It’s a must … Read More

Tweedy Browne – Focus On The Knowable While Protecting Mightily Against The Unknowable

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One of the value investing firms we follow closely at The Acquirer’s Multiple – Stock Screener is Tweedy, Browne Company LLC (Tweedy Browne). Tweedy Browne, a successor to Tweedy & Co., was first established by Forrest Birchard Tweedy in 1920 as a dealer in closely held and inactively traded securities. The firm’s 95-year history is grounded in undervalued securities, first … Read More