“Value is relative to something else,” says Bill Nygren when asked where to find it in today’s market. Manager of the Oakmark Select Fund since 1996, Nygren offers his perspective in a recent interview with Investment News. “In a period when you have short-term investments such as Treasuries with zero risk that pay zero, an […]
Noted mutual fund manager Bill Nygren of the Oakmark Select fund thinks that long term equity investors can “expect a mid- to upper-single digit minimum return in the market” looking ahead, but notes that tilting one’s portfolio to large cap financials (Citigroup, Bank of American and JP Morgan are all in Nygren’s top 10 holdings) could […]
Much of the speculation about the reason for the market’s recent plunge has been that investors are downright scared about China’s slowing growth. But top mutual fund manager Bill Nygren says the sort of correction we’ve seen recently is simply a part of life when you are investing in stocks. And from a long-term investing […]
GuruFocus’s two-part interview with top fund manager Bill Nygren is a must-read, offering insights into Nygren’s incredibly successful value approach.
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Bill Nygren, one of the top fund managers of the past decade, says he’s been bargain-hunting in the wake of oil’s big decline.
Top fund manager Bill Nygren says that valuations don’t look bad in the stock market, and in his second-quarter letter he offers a few reasons why investors are mistakenly viewing stocks as pricey.
There’s been a lot of concern about the market’s valuation after last year’s runup and this year’s volatility, but top fund manager Bill Nygren isn’t buying it.
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