How Can Investors Find Opportunities In The Small & Micro-Cap Universe

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During his recent interview with Tobias, Peter Rabover, who is the Portfolio Manager at Artko Capital LP, discusses how investors can find opportunities in the small & micro-cap universe saying: Tobias Carlisle: When you’re looking at your opportunity set, I see in your presentation you divided into, you’ve got sort of three buckets, there’s an enhanced value strategy, core value … Read More

Micro-Cap Investing Is Like Quasi Private Equity Investing Which Provides Significant ‘Early’ Investment Opportunities

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During his recent interview with Tobias, Peter Rabover, who is the Portfolio Manager at Artko Capital LP, discusses how micro-cap investing is like quasi private equity investing and how that provides significant ‘early’ investment opportunities. Here’s an excerpt from the interview: Tobias Carlisle: So, you said before you … Did you start in private equity or you spent some time … Read More

(Ep.16) The Acquirers Podcast: Peter Rabover – Russian Bear, Concentrated Microcaps And Special Situations

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Summary In this episode of The Acquirer’s Podcast Tobias chats with Peter Rabover, who is the Portfolio Manager at Artko Capital LP. Peter invests in small/micro cap companies and special situations within a concentrated portfolio. He provided some great insights into: – Why I Have A Bear In The Background Of This Podcast – Try To Find Companies That Can … Read More

What Can Investors Learn From Buffett’s Pivot On Airlines As An Investment

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During his recent interview with Tobias, Bill Brewster who runs Sullimar Capital Group says, investors can learn a lot from Warren Buffett’s pivot on airlines as an investment. Here’s an excerpt from the interview: Tobias Carlisle: That’s where I spend my time. Let’s talk about airlines a little bit, because you follow Berkshire very closely. You’re following the foray into … Read More

If There’s A Wall Street Analyst Hammering A Company, Investors Really Need To Know Why Before Taking The Other Side

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During his recent interview with Tobias, Bill Brewster who runs Sullimar Capital Group says, if there’s a Wall Street analyst hammering a company, investors really need to know why, before taking the other side. Here’s an excerpt from the interview: Tobias Carlisle: Well, let’s change gears again. I don’t mean to beat you up about this one, but we did … Read More

Phil Fisher’s Scuttlebutt Can Still Be Used To Find Great Opportunities Today

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During his recent interview with Tobias, Bill Brewster, who runs Sullimar Capital Group demonstrates how Phil Fisher’s scuttlebutt can still be used to find great opportunities today. Here’s an excerpt from the interview: Tobias Carlisle: Let’s talk about Ubiquiti. What’s the story there and how did you find it? How did you value it? How do you think- Bill Brewster: … Read More

(Ep.13) The Acquirers Podcast: Jim O’Shaughnessy – What Works, Legendary Entrepreneur, Investor And Author

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Summary In this episode of The Acquirer’s Podcast Tobias chats with Jim O’Shaughnessy. Jim is Chairman and Co-Chief Investment Officer at O’Shaughnessy Asset Management (OSAM). He is also the author of the investment classic, What Works On Wall Street. During the interview Jim provides some great insights into: – Why Clones Outperform The Managers That They Clone Everytime – Investors … Read More

Investors Need A Set Of Written Rules To Follow – Dumb Rules Are Better Than No Rules

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During his recent interview with Tobias, Michael Batnick of Ritholz Weath Management discusses the importance of having written rules to follow in order to be successful in investing, saying: I’m also a big believer in having written rules, and I had no such rules when I was doing it, but I just think that if you’re making decisions in the … Read More

In Investing Knowing What Not To Do And Not Doing It Are Two Separate Things

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During his recent interview with Tobias, Michael Batnick of Ritholz Wealth Management discusses some of the big mistakes that have been made by successful investors. Michael makes the point that while these investors knew what not to do, knowing what not to do and not doing it are two separate things. Here’s an excerpt from the interview: Tobias Carlisle: I … Read More

(Ep.6) The Acquirers Podcast: Michael Batnick of Ritholz Wealth Management – Big Mistakes, The Best Investors And Their Worst Trades

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Summary In Episode 6 of The Acquirer’s Podcast, Tobias interviews Michael Batnick, the Director of Research at Ritholz Wealth Management and author of Big Mistakes: The Best Investors and Their Worst Investments. During the interview Michael discusses: How He First Met Josh Brown (Author of The Reformed Broker Blog) Some of The Biggest Mistakes Made By Great Investors Why Investors … Read More

Investors Can Extrapolate The Premium Provided By An Equal Weight Portfolio Versus Market Cap

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During his recent interview with Tobias. Phil Bak of Exponential ETFs discusses how investors can extrapolate the premium which is provided by equal weight portfolio versus market cap, saying: Well, I think it really started and like you said, with equal weights. My background, I was at Ridex Investments, which is now part of Guggenheim, and the ETF is actually … Read More

(Ep.5) The Acquirers Podcast: Phil Bak of Exponential ETFs – How Reverse Cap Beats The Market (Cap)

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In Episode 5 of the The Acquirers Podcast, Tobias chats with Phil Bak of Exponential ETFs. During the interview Phil, who is an expert in ETF’s, provides some great insights into: How Investors Can Use ‘Reverse Market Cap’ To Generate Excess Returns The Market Doesn’t Care Where You Live – Home Country Bias Could Be Hurting Your Returns How Can … Read More

(Ep.4) The Acquirers Podcast: Mark Jones of Pragmatic Capital – How To Find Contrarian Stocks

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In Episode 4 of the The Acquirers Podcast, Tobias chats with Mark Jones of Pragmatic Capital. Mark has an unusual approach to picking stocks and it works. It’s made him the top-ranked analyst in SumZero on a last 12 months basis. During the interview Mark discusses: How To Find Contrarian Stocks That Generate Outsized Returns How Many Uncorrelated Stocks Should An … Read More

Why Has Value Investing Underperformed?

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During his recent interview with Tobias, Jake Taylor of Farnam Street provides some great insights into why he thinks value investing has had such a rough time lately, saying: Jake – I think it’s a confluence of factors. I don’t know honestly. If I had to assign how much do I understand or not understand, I may be in 50% … Read More

How To Identify Great Capital Allocators

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During his recent interview with Tobias, Jake Taylor of Farnam Street discusses how investors can spot great capital allocators, saying: – But having said all that yeah there’s so many great cap allocators out there. You know obviously Buffett and Munger are the gold standard at Berkshire. But you have so many really smart people who are doing this right … Read More

Tobias Carlisle: Interview With ‘The Sure Investing Podcast’ On The Acquirer’s Multiple & Deep Value Investing

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Here’s a great interview at The Sure Investing Podcast with our Chief here at The Acquirer’s Multiple – Tobias Carlisle. During the interview Tobias discusses his book – The Acquirer’s Multiple and how he developed his deep value investing strategy. To listen to the interview click on the ‘play’ button below: Please take some time to check out some of the other great … Read More