Legendary value investor Charles Brandes on where he’s investing nowBrandes LP Chairman and Founder Charles Brandes chats with the Financial Post’s Jonathan Ratner during a recent visit to Toronto.
Sionna’s Kim Shannon unveils the case for Imperial Oil, one clue at a timeShannon discusses how value investments can be found in many obvious—but overlooked—places.
In stock market drama, investors should ask: What would Warren Buffett do today?Kim Shannon of Sionna believes that down markets can provide an opening for opportunity, particularly for value investors.
Kim Shannon wants Canada’s ‘Rodney Dangerfield’ market to get some respectFor the second time in the past few years, Kim Shannon, a relative value manager who formed Sionna Investment Managers a dozen years back, has revisited an old essay whose central thesis is there’s no point in being afraid of the local stock market. Shannon, whose firm plies its trade in the domestic market, argues Canada could become “The Rodney Dangerfield market,” in that we do not respect it enough.
Dubai’s rollercoaster stock market leaves investors feeling queasyLouis Lau, senior analyst at Brandes Investment Partners, comments on the recent volatility in the Dubai equity market.