A wonderful source of information on a lot of the successful value investors as well as worthwhile articles
Tweedy is probably the oldest fund management company that practises value investing. They have a lot of really good papers and speeches on their website.
The paper “What Has Worked In Investing” is especially worth reading
Davis Funds is a successful third generation fund management company. A really good article called The Wisdom of Great Investors” is a worthwhile read for any investor.
Whitney Tilson is a value based hedge fund manager. His website is a valuable collection of value investing articles and excellent summaries of the Berkshire annual meetings. He regularly writes for publications like the Financial Times and Kiplinger.
Swiss asset manager and member of the yearly Barrons round table discussion group. Good investing articles and market outlooks. In English and German.
Very good value fund manager which publishes excellent investment research.
Daniel Kahneman is a psychologist and the co-creator of behavioural economics. In 2002 he along with his late collaborator Amos Tversky won the Nobel Prize in Economics
This is a worthwhile summary of his experiences and research. A short course inThinking about thinking
James is an equity strategist at Societe Generale in London. The link is to his blog which has a few excellent articles. A collection of his previous published research can be found in his book Behavioural Investing: A Practitioners Guide to Applying Behavioural Finance
Clear and concise comments on the developments in the US markets. Less focus on noise and more on the underlying valuation. I read it every Monday morning.
GMO (Free registration may be required)
GMO, founded in 1977, is a privately held global institutional investment management firm. Jeremy Grantham writes an excellent quarterly letter. Look out for it about three weeks after quarter end.
Financial Times Lex Column (Paid subscription may be required)
Th Lex column of the Financial Times has made a name for itself by providing excellent summaries of the most pertinent market news items and earnings releases. They also publish excellent industry summaries.
I read somewhere that the investment track record of the column has also been excellent.
I read the column to stay informed of the main news items moving impacting the markets.
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Value Investors Club (Free registration required)
Wonderful website where investment ideas are exchanged, mainly by hedge fund managers.
Magic Formula Investing (Free registration required)
Share screener based on the excellent book of the same name written by Joel Greenblatt. Good for investment ideas of high return companies selling for low prices.
Magic Diligence (Blog and paid subscription service)
Really worthwhile blog that comments on the Magic Formula Investing screen results. Has a subscription part that searches and recommends the best Magic Formula companies.
Quant Value (Subscription service)
Below is a list, in no particular order of blogs we follow.
Excellent blog with US focus. With good analysis and explanations of value investing principles very well.
Outstanding blog on the US markets giving the news behind the spin. In depth analysis of current news events and statistic releases.
I once ignored the blog because of the amount of posts but after reading a few articles I realised that everything is of value.
Aggregator for all value investing news articles on the web. Mainly a US focus.
Value Investing News is a community driven value investment blog with good articles on all things linked to value investing. US focus.
Do not let the South African location of this blog fool you. Posts are mainly US focused but decent coverage of the rest of the world as well. Its weekly post called Words from the (investment) wise that was is highly recommended as the most consice summary of the weeks economic releases and commentary that I have come accross
Blog with a UK investors focus with excellent articles also with a value investing slant.
Is a blog devoted to investing in undervalued stocks with a global focus.
Watch-Dog on aggressive accounting and poor corporate governance with focus on the USA.