Warren Buffett has said that even today, he could earn 50% or more a year just by investing in small caps. So, with this statement in mind, ValueWalk set up the Hidden Value Stocks newsletter. The newsletter is a quarterly publication which profiles two under the radar hedge funds and four value stocks (with little coverage) in each issue.
The March 2019 issue features two under-the-radar funds that rarely talk about their ideas.
The first interview is with Breach Inlet Capital, a private investment firm managing a concentrated portfolio of small cap equity “transformations.” Breach’s founder and portfolio manager, Chris Colvin explains his investment strategy and talks about his two favorite deep value stock ideas.
Gate City Capital Management is the second fund profiled in the upcoming issue. Gate’s founder Michael Melby explains his investment strategy and outlines the two companies he likes best in the current market.
As well as investment ideas like the one above, each newsletter subscriber receives direct access to the funds profiled as well as their quarterly updates and all historic issues of Hidden Value Stocks.
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