As promised recently we are updating/cleaning the investor resource pages on a regular basis. Last week we updated the pages of:

And this week, so far we’ve updated the resource pages of Robert Rodriguez,  Tom Russo and today the pages for Joel Greenblatt And Michael Price have been completed.

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Below is a partial excerpt from both pages followed by link to each full page, which can also be found under Value Investors tab on the top of the page.

Joel Greenblatt

http://www.valuewalk.com/joel-greenblatt-resource-page-bio-books-quotes-interviews-videos/

Greenblatt has one of the most impressive records of any fund manager in history. His firm Gotham Capital, returned 40% annualized returns over the twenty years of 1985 to 2005. He achieved these phenomenal results by using many of the methods practised in his book “You Can Be a Stock Market Genius”. The book is probably the best book ever written on special situation investing with a value approach. Despite the cheesy title, the book has a plethora of philosophy, statistics, and real cases of investing in situations which the crowd is avoiding.

See full page here.

Michael Price

http://www.valuewalk.com/michael-price-resource-page-bio-portfolio-quotes-books-videos/

Investment Philosophy

Much of Price’s investment philosophy is based on the teaching of Max Heine. Price started working for Heine at his Mutual Series mutual fund right after graduation and attributes his outlook to that of his mentor. The common investment philosophy could be the reason why Price was so successful at taking over Mutual Series fund after Heine’s death in 1988.

Heine was an opportunistic investor with a value-based approach towards investing. He realized the prospect for profits in firms which are in special situations like bankruptcy or restructuring. One-third of his stocks were made up of stocks of companies with special situations while the remaining two-thirds were value stocks. As Price worked for and later managed Heine’s fund, it can be irrefutably said that his expertise is in the field of value investment and opportunistic investment and that is his area of competence.

See full page here.