Tim Eriksen Discusses Proxy Battles And Investing In Money Managers

Tim Eriksen Discusses Proxy Battles And Investing In Money Managers

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Interview With Tim Eriksen of Eriksen Capital, Discussing Proxy Battles And Investing In Money Managers by The Bulldog Investor

Check out our latest interview with Tim Eriksen of Eriksen Capital. Known for his proxy battle with Solitron Devices and his work with The Value Investing Congress, Eriksen is a traditional value investor. He discusses where he has been investing lately and other thoughts on finding value.

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We discuss:

  • Launching a successful proxy battle
  • Why Eriksen gravitates towards publicly traded money managers
  • The Walkers Manual
  • Hennessy Advisors (HNNA)
  • Solitron Devices (SODI)

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