Tom Gayner – The Lost Art Of “Value Investing”

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Tom Gayner – The Lost Art Of “Value Investing”
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Warren Buffett disciple Tom Gayner started at Markel Corp in 1990 and reinvented the insurer into an investing powerhouse with diverse holdings. Gayner’s eye for good values (financial and cultural)helped propel Markel’s stock to 93 times where it traded upon his arrival. We talk about his career, markets and the lost art of “value investing” in go-go-growth 2018.

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