David Dreman (Trades, Portfolio) is the founder and chairman of Dreman Value Management, LLC and also serves as the firm's chief investment officer. A regular columnist for Forbes for 25 years, Mr. Dreman's recent best-selling book, "Contrarian Investment Strategies: The Next Generation?" was published in the spring of 1998. Three years back, in 2012, he published his last book, “Contrarian Investment Strategies: The Psychological Edge."
The contrarian and the value guru, Dreman's investment philosophy is based on low P/E approach to stock selection. The philosophy at Dreman Value Management: "We invest in undervalued companies that exhibit strong fundamentals, above-market dividend yields and historic earnings growth, which our analysis indicates will persist. Our strategy is to own strong, fundamentally sound companies and to avoid speculative stocks or potential bankruptcies." They believe that the markets are not perfectly efficient and that behavioral psychology influences investor actions and reactions. Continue Reading »