Saturday, September 08, 2007

Tweedy, Browne's Secrets of Value Investing

Tweedy Browne is money management's equivalent of the Republican cloth coat: nothing flashy, ever dependable, transcending style. It is an organization that was founded in 1920 to deal in thinly traded stocks, and which in the 1950s realized that more money was to be made in owning such typically undervalued shares than in trading them. The firm began to take in outside funds in 1968 and has grown to manage more than $13 billion today.

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