Monday, February 28, 2011
For those of you who are not yet familiar with Santangel's Review, now is a great time to become acquainted with the site. Santangel's Review is a quarterly newsletter that profiles emerging and undiscovered value investors. But, it is different from Value Investor Insight in that it is not focused on Q&A sessions with managers. Instead, the authors provide a narrative of the history of the firms, the people who run them, and the key investment decisions. In reality, the publication reads much more like a short story than a simple profile. However, since it is written by two security analysts, the descriptions of the investments are robust and very in-depth.
For anyone interested in understanding the investment process of managers who have generated exceptional returns over a long period of time (but who operate under the radar), I highly recommend going to the site and downloading the free copy of the first issue. If you like what you see (and I truly believe that you will), please click on the link provided on the site and think about subscribing to the newsletter.
In addition, aside from the newsletter and subscription materials, the site also has a blog that is now up and running. As such, I wanted to call your attention to a piece that was posted today on the site. The authors have transcribed the presentation to the Financial Crisis Inquiry Commission by David Einhorn of Greenlight Capital. I have not seen this posted anywhere else on the web and it is a fascinating read. Here is the link to the posting if you are interested: http://www.santangelsreview.com/2011/02/28/david-einhorn-financial-crisis-inquiry-commission-interview-transcript/
I suggest bookmarking the site as the authors have a knack for finding material that is not available anywhere else. I also hope that you will consider subscribing. You will not be disappointed.
Enjoy the site,
The Inoculated Investor
(Disclosure: I have a close friendship with the authors of the site. I also have helped in the editing of the newsletter. However, I have no financial stake in the endeavor and truly believe that the publication is like no other investment newsletter I have ever seen.)