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GREAT INVESTOR STEVEN ROMICK LOADED UP ON UNLOVED STOCKS DURING 2020 SELL-OFF. WHAT’S HIS PLAN NOW?

May 14, 2021

“Jack be nimble Jack be quick” isn’t a concept one usually associates with long term value investors but sometimes extraordinary times call for exceptional responses. The first quarter of 2020 was one such event for this week’s guest. 

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STEVEN ROMICK: CONTRARIAN CASH

May 23, 2014

Great Investor, Steven Romick, Morningstar’s 2013 Asset Allocation Fund Manager of the Year has built up one of the largest cash hordes of his career in his FPA Crescent Fund. This noted contrarian says even with his broad investment mandate of investing in any asset class, in any market the bargains are few and far between. He discusses the opportunities he is finding in farmland, real estate loans and some selective stocks. Continue Reading »

STEVEN ROMICK: NO FALSE PROMISES

May 23, 2014

Steven Romick, Morningstar’s 2013 Asset Allocation Fund Manager of the Year, is known for his outspoken and contrarian views. In a recent quarterly letter to shareholders he told them if they believe the market is going to continue to go up, they would be better served having their capital with a manager who is more fully invested.

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Steven Romick: Great Investor, Steven Romick, comments on the ’87 Market Crash

October 19, 2012

A rare interview with Great Investor, Steven Romick of FPA Crescent Fund. Romick describes how he is keeping his five-star rated fund on top by balancing the forces of inflation and deflation and continuing his contrarian, value-oriented strategies. Continue Reading »

STEVEN LEUTHOLD: THE CONTRARIAN’S CONTRARIAN

July 11, 2014

Contrarian money manager Steven Leuthold called it quits from the tightly regulated mutual fund business a couple of years ago. He wanted to escape from the rules, the pressures of managing billions and grueling publishing deadlines. Last year he launched Leuthold Strategies, a small private investment partnership. He’s investing in businesses that many investors consider to be toxic, including uranium mining and Chinese water and pharmaceutical companies. He’ll explain his unusual choices. Continue Reading »

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