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London Value Conference Presentation (Q&A)

I had the pleasure of speaking at the London Value Conference, which was a terrific, first-rate event. I did not make a formal presentation; instead I did Q&A with my friend, the wonderful David Shapiro. 

On the morning of the conference (which happened to be midnight in Denver), I found I had a hard time waking up. I went for a long walk – it didn’t help. So I drank six cups of coffee, which did wake me up, eventually. But it also made me a bit jumpier than usual, so that I could not list all of the Six Commandments of Value Investing. But don’t you worry, we created an eight-part email series that walks you through them, or you can download our brochure and read them there.

You can watch Q&A session here: 

I hope you enjoy it.

We are back from Laguna Beach. After every family vacation I ask myself what is the single most enduring memory I’m taking away from the trip. For me it was not Lego Land or whale watching, though both were a lot of fun. (Lego Land is, however, better for a four-year-old and doesn’t have much to offer for a 12- and a 17-year-old).

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Vitaliy Katsenelson

I am the CEO at IMA, which is anything but your average investment firm. (Why? Get our company brochure here, or simply visit our website).

In a brief moment of senility, Forbes magazine called me “the new Benjamin Graham.”

I’ve written two books on investing, which were published by John Wiley & Sons and have been translated into eight languages. (I’m working on a third - you can read a chapter from it, titled “The 6 Commandments of Value Investing” here).

And if you prefer listening, audio versions of my articles are published weekly at investor.fm.

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