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 […]
In my latest 2 minutes and 29 seconds of fame, I was on Fox Business discussing why Amazon should not be blamed for all the troubles in retail-land. You can read my articles here and here.
Guy Spier and I presented and did a joint Q&A with the UK CFA Society, and then the next day we flew to Zürich. There we did another presentation, this time for the Zürich CFA.
The Motley Fool’s James Early and Rana Pritanjali recently spoke with Vitaliy Katsenelson, CIO of Investment Management Associates.
My interview with Roben Farzad @ Full Disclosure (50 minutes of pure wisdom, listen here)
I was a guest on Andrew Horowitz’s the Disciplined Investor podcast. Listen to it here Guest: Vitaliy Katsenelson discusses several of his best ideas on the value front. His recent research on Apple (AAPL) and other companies are part of our discussion as well as the difference between value and growth investing.
I was interviewed by Dr. David Eifrig on Stansberry Radio (to listen, click here): Vitaliy is a bestselling author of “The Little Book of Sideways Markets,” the Chief Investment Officer at Investment Management Associates, and editor of the extremely popular blog – The Contrarian Edge Doc asks Vitaliy about the intricacies of writing a book, and […]
I was on Yahoo! Breakout with terrific Jeff Macke discussing Apple ….
I am back from Buffett’s Omaha. Every year I come back feeling supercharged for the year ahead. This year was no different. From morning till night I had the pleasure of sharing and debating ideas with investors from all over the world. Though I did not plan it this way, the first day I had […]
On January 18, 2011 I had a great pleasure to give a lecture on China and its impact on global economy at Johns Hopkings University Applied Physics Lab.