We seek value plus multiple overlapping catalysts, sourced using proprietary tools. We will create our own catalysts with the fundamental goal to put assets to their highest and best use with the optimal financial structure to maximize long term business value. Founded in 2009 by Ryan J. Morris - as a founder of a bootstrapped software company prior to being a full time investor, I have a great appreciation and respect for the operational details and entrepreneurial efforts underlying the financial numbers of a business.
I am a compound interest enthusiast and an aspiring money manager. I spend my free time reading and learning how to value businesses. Searching for undervalued stocks is just about the most exciting activity I can think of.
Asia/U.S. Deep-Value Wide-Moat Stocks is a research service for value investors seeking value stocks with a huge gap between price and intrinsic value, leaning towards deep value balance sheet bargains (i.e. buying assets at a discount e.g. net cash stocks, net-nets, low P/B stocks, sum-of-the-parts discounts) and wide moat stocks (i.e. buying earnings power at a discount in great companies like "Magic Formula" stocks, high quality businesses, hidden champions and wide moat compounders).
Those who believe that the pendulum will move in one direction forever—or reside at an extreme forever— eventually will lose huge sums. Those who understand the pendulum's behavior can benefit enormously. ~ Howard Marks
Investment ideas for Asia/U.S. Deep-Value Wide-Moat Stocks are generated from screens, insider trades, 13Fs, fund manager letters, analyst reports, blogs and forums. The initial ideas sourced are subsequently evaluated using The Cheapness-Safety-Quality (CSQ) framework, applying customized investment checklists to ask the right questions of the investments in question, along the dimension of cheapness, safety and quality. Asia/U.S. Deep-Value Wide-Moat Stocks' value investing philosophy borrows from the wisdom of value investing gurus, using both quantitative screens and qualitative inputs to filter the global stock markets for investment ideas.
NMY Investment uses an opportunistic value investing strategy. We focus primarily on Asia markets, particularly China, Hong Kong, Japan and Singapore, and we opportunistically seek out attractive investments in the North American and Western European markets. As a value investor, we emphasize on "margin of safety", and we use a company's ability to generate consistent cash flows through business cycles as a key measure of "margin of safety". We acquire shares of companies that are undervalued, and look for catalysts that will enable these shares to realize its fair value within a reasonable period of time. We typically hold our investments for 6-24 months. We utilize our macroeconomic analyses to guide where we look for investment opportunities. From time to time, we will take certain macroeconomic related positions if our views cannot be expressed by investing into individual stocks. We do not subscribe to new issues (i.e., IPOs) and will typically involve ourselves with businesses that have at least seven years of track record as publicly listed companies.
vTorch is a small time investor trying to make a decent living. He made his first foray into the investing world by capitalizing on the Asian Financial Crisis. Over the years, vTorch have garnered experience in public market investing (stocks, bonds, convertible, preferred, equity-linked), illiquid investing (mezzanine capital, venture capital and private equity) and currency speculation. vTorch's investments spans the US, UK, China, India, Japan, Hong Kong, Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, Indonesia and Philippines.
I am a Certified Public Accountant, Entrepreneur, and Investor. Having worked in all aspects of the financial accounting & reporting profession, I prefer to form my opinions from the publicly available information issued by management according to Financial Reporting standards. From time to time I make exceptions to this; but do so rarely.
I seek investment ideas that are new, overlooked, or deemed inappropriate by the masses. In 2013 I promoted Facebook Inc (www.FBInvestmentClub.com) while the markets were bearish on the stock.
I am inspired by Warren Buffett, Charlie Munger, Nassim Nicholas Taleb, Ludwig Van Beethoven, Ray Dalio and anyone who has influenced them. I am not so much interested in what these folks tell us as I am in what they do, and what that says about how they think (and why).
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