Wednesday, April 30, 2008

Vahan Janjigian, CFA, Ph.D.

In my conversation with the Chief Investment Strategist for Forbes, Inc. and author of "Even Buffett Isn't Perfect" we discussed his bearish economic outlook, a cautious equity market's view, why Financials while beginning to look attractive have more work to do before becoming a buy, his bottom-up/value approach to investing, and his upcoming book on the greatest value investor of all-time, Warren Buffett.

The length of the interview is 13 minutes 52 seconds.

1 comment:

  1. What exactly is the "bottoms-up" process that Forbes uses to decide if shares are under or over valued?
    That will say a lot about their recommendations.
    Probably some variety of multifactor model...
    Forbes magazine published a list of companies that it suggested were interesting for value investors because they had relatively lower P/E ratios! One can only hope that Vahan's methods are more sophisticated than those of the Editors of the magazine.

    If not, are they open to using sub-advisors?