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Special Situations Ideas Forum: Robert Robotti

Subsea 7 is an offshore construction company for the oil and gas industry. The company provides deepwater plumbing services like installing subsea equipment and laying offshore pipelines. Subsea 7 appears cheap at EV/Adjusted EBITDA of ~2x. Subsea 7 Chairman Kristian Siem, owns 21% of the stock, has proven to be a good capital allocator.  The ADR trades under the symbol SUBCY. Please see our speaker’s article in Barron’s.
Tuesday, June 7, 2016/Author: Amanda V./Number of views (624)/Comments (0)/
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NYSSA Author Series: Michael van Biema and Allen Benello

Turning the notion of diversification on its head, concentrated value investors pick a small group of undervalued stocks and hold onto them through even the lean years. While the concentrated investing approach has been championed by Warren Buffett, the best known value investor of our time, a small group of lesser-known investors has also used this proven approach to achieve outstanding returns. 
Monday, June 6, 2016/Author: Amanda V./Number of views (586)/Comments (0)/
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17th Annual Metals and Mining Conference: Sponsored By the Answer Factory

Raymond Goldie, gives an overview of how he perceives metals and mining companies will fare in the coming months.
Wednesday, June 1, 2016/Author: Amanda V./Number of views (563)/Comments (0)/
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Alpha Seeking Females- In a Male Dominated World of Finance

Our Second Annual Alpha Seeking Women in a Male Dominated World of Finance Panel Event, brought together four very successful and highly experienced women in the investment management industry to share their insights on what it takes to achieve success in the finance world. 
Thursday, May 19, 2016/Author: Amanda V./Number of views (600)/Comments (0)/
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Activist Investing from Benjamin Graham to Today

Explores the highlights of activist investing from its beginnings to modern-day activism.   For nearly 100 years activist investing has been a mechanism for investors to unlock shareholder value to realize greater returns. What began in the 1920’s with individual investors like Benjamin Graham, evolved  into the Proxyteers in the 1950’s and became corporate raiding in the 1980’s, is now called activist investing and is orchestrated by large-scale hedge funds.
Wednesday, May 18, 2016/Author: Amanda V./Number of views (617)/Comments (0)/
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