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Brandes on Value: The Independent Investor by Charles Brandes

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CHAPTER 8

SEARCHING FOR VALUE IN A VOLATILEAND DYNAMICGLOBAL ARENA

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Information inefficiencies are one way for global value investors to find opportunities. But the bigger pool is fed by the pricing inefficiencies created from investors’ short-term orientation and over-reaction to widely disseminated, very publicly available information.

—Charles Brandes, in an interview with Outlook Business India, June 2014

In the fall of 1990, I spoke to a national gathering of high-net-worth financial advisors on my usual topic, the merits of long-term value investing. A nagging bear market was in full swing, so I had more than enough real-world value company ...

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