As you may have seen in the last few weeks in our newsletter, I was recently invited to be a presenter at the Online Investor Conference. My topic was “Investing to Beat a Benchmark.”
But it really was a fairly good overview of our end-to-end value investing approach at Iron Gate. A look into what has made our past sixteen years of performance stand out.
We are now making it available to IGGA newsletter subscribers to view at your leisure free.
It will be beneficial for both the investor who has a financial advisor and the investor who manages their money for themselves. If you follow the video through, it will be a good way to assess whether you are investing with an eye towards value – i.e. the Buffett approach.
So click below and enjoy a look at our perspective on Investing to Beat a Benchmark.
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