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The company focuses on the assets of mutual funds, pension, foundation, and endowment funds, as well as high net-worth individuals.
David Dreman graduated from the University of Manitoba Canada in After graduating, he worked as director of research for Rauscher Pierce, senior investment officer with Seligman, and senior editor of the Value Line Investment Service.
Inhe founded his first investment firm, Dreman Value Management, Inc. This research has led to five books on the topic. These works include Mr. His other widely acclaimed books were: Articles dealing with the success of Mr. This meant hunting for shares that nobody else was interested in and deliberately acting against the prevailing market fashion.
He wants to find unloved and overlooked stocks in beaten down sectors at knock-down prices. He judged that it was precisely these sort of shares that will bounce back when the mood of the market eventually changes. He also has a contrarian high dividend yield approach. The philosophy at Dreman Value Management: Our strategy is to own strong, fundamentally sound companies and to avoid speculative stocks or potential bankruptcies.
For added protection, Dreman also employed demanding fundamental analysis, preferring to buy larger company stocks with signs of earnings growth and financial strength. As soon as a company looks overvalued against the market, its price weakens or its fundamentals deteriorate, he sells it.
Stocks have traditionally gone up if we see inflation coming. Reynolds for many years. These stocks collapsed in the early s because the companies were losing court cases. But we studied this carefully, and it looked like the Supreme Court was swinging the other way.
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When it put a lid on punitive damages, the stocks took off. Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac. They were more political disasters than anything else. But both Republicans and Democrats wanted to have more low-cost housing, and they pushed Fannie and Freddie to lower the standards on mortgage loans.
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Even money managers want to buy hot stocks, and they waive their valuation rules. The Internet, for dafid, was going to change our lives forever—and it did. But people paid 50 times what stocks were really worth. There was absolutely no question they caught it right in the late s. But they paid far too much. Is there anything really new here?
Demand is simply outstripping supply. David Dreman — The Globe and Mail: Sign of market bottom? A star manager is fired. What will bring?
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