GuruFocus Tracks the Stock Picks of Gurus

Only a handful of people in this world can qualify as investment Gurus. We have carefully identified a number of investment Gurus based on their long-term track record. We track their portfolio, buys, sells, and insights into the market.

To qualify for our Guru Hall of Fame, an investor needs to meet at least three criteria:
  1. Long-term outstanding performance;
  2. More than $1 billion under management;
  3. Low portfolio turnover.

The trades and portfolios of these investors can be access by all members.

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Premium Managers We also track the stock picks and portfolios of a group of other renowned money managers. They are also great investors, some are on the way of making into our Guru Hall of Fame. These money managers are suggested by our users.

The portfolio and stock picks of Gurus with Premium Managers can be accessed by Premium Members only.

Premium Members can also suggest gurus to this group. When you check guru trades with a particular stock, this group is not displayed. To display them, Premium Members need to add them into their own "My Gurus" list. You can do that by finding the investors below, then move your mouse to the name, and click on the add guru sign that appears.

Plus Managers Over the years we keep getting suggestions of adding different institutional investors into our Guru List. We do not necessarily agree. But we provide an option for you select yor own Gurus from any institutional investors that manage more than $100 million (more than 4000).

These investors are marked with Plus Managers and can be accessed by Premium Plus Members only.

Premium Plus Members need to add them into their own "My Gurus" list. You can do that by finding the investors first below, then move your mouse to the name, and click on the add guru sign that appears.

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Click to add Gurus to your personalized list(default group).

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ReplyMbaehdotbiz@twitter - 3 weeks ago
awesome people
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ReplyTraderlady - 7 months ago
Warren Buffet has disappeared from the list of all gurus after I tried to select him by right clicking.
ReplyAnandha2 - 9 months ago
[email protected],
yes please add point state
ReplyJackbane - 11 months ago
where is mark mobius of frankin/tempelton funds in here
ReplyGewehrsmann - 1 year ago
That's idiotic, how about picking Guru's on style and performance.
ReplyBustedbox2@yahoo - 1 year ago
My whole reason for subscribing to the premium service was to follow the holdings of Leon Cooperman (Trades, Portfolio)'s Omega Advisors.

Now I find that he has disappeared from my list of gurus (probably as a result of my mistaken attempt to highlight or select him).

If you could put him back on my list of personal gurus, I would be much obliged to you.

Many thanks,
ReplyBayridgeguy69 - 1 year ago
Don't fret? They guy is paying money for a screener that he's going to base investment decisions on. Don't fret, lol, jeez.
ReplyChentao1006 - 1 year ago
This is fixed now.
ReplyDontfretit - 1 year ago
When you move the turnover ratio criteria below 45- warren buffett disappears. This is clearly not working. How can Warren Buffett (Trades, Portfolio) have a turnover ratio higher than 45? Please fix this or provide clarification.
ReplyJoePass - 1 year ago
Allan Mecham....even though his assets are listed at $400M
ReplyTrebor12 - 1 year ago
is david tepper one of the gurus
ReplyEliasgut@google - 2 years ago
You should add Cliff Asness
ReplyGoforit - 2 years ago
Clearly sexist and racist. List should reflect demographics: 51% women, 11% blacks, 16% Hispanic, and so on. What gives?

ReplyBelindathompson - 2 years ago
How do you personalize gurus. I did not pick the ones you shoe & personalize screen doesn't work
ReplyChentao1006 - 3 years ago
ReplyTurcotte.mathieu@google - 3 years ago
How can we add or remove Gurus from our list in batch?
ReplyAdibla - 3 years ago
Very impressive list-- but so painful: not a single woman! What gives?

ReplyChentao1006 - 3 years ago
Enjoy the brand new Guru list page

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