Thu. Aug 11th, 2022

Meet the Kidd Who Goes Toe to Toe With Warren Buffett.
Patience, concentration and courage have allowed Wilmot Kidd to rack up one of the greatest long-term track records in the history of investing. He’s a model for how to think about, and practice, intelligent investing.
Portfolio managers brag about being ‘long term’ if they hold stocks for a year or so. Wilmot Kidd has compiled huge investing gains while holding some companies for more than three decades.
Jason Zweig.
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The typical stock fund manager is a sheep in wolf’s clothing: passively mimicking the market, with only a few small and timid active bets.
By taking the opposite approach, Wilmot H. Kidd III has racked up one of the greatest long-term track records in the history of investing.
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